FACTORS AFFFECTING THE DECREASE POPULATION IN HOTEL AND RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT COURSE
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Factors Affecting the Decrease Population in Hotel and Restaurant Management Course
PART I: BASIC INFORMATION
PROJECT TITLE: “TRACER STUDY OF GRADUATES OF THE COLLEGE OF HOME SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY OF IFUGAO STATE UNIVERSITY POTIA CAMPUS, ALFONSO LISTA, IFUGAO: S.Y 2006 – 2011”
TRACER STUDY AS A PARADIGM FOR THE ENHANCEMENT OF QUALITY COURSE PROGRAMME DEVELOPMENT FOR BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT AT IFUGAO STATE UNIVERSITY, POTIA CAMPUS.
1. Sheila Mae F. Alojado
2. Jericoh B. Ticgue
3. R-jay S. Villarta
Adviser: Dr. Patricia A. Alguyon
IMPLEMENTING / FUNDING AGENCY:
Ifugao State University
June 2012 – October 2012…show more content… The quality and relevance of the Hospitality and Tourism graduates of Ifugao State University, Alfonso Lista Campus, Ifugao from 2009 to 2011 should be undertaken. This study will be a basis for the development of the curriculum as well as the growth and development of equipments and facilities of the school.
DEFINITIONS OF TERM:
The Tracer Study. The ILO Thesaurus 2005 defines a tracer study as an impact assessment tool where the impact on target groups is traced back to specific elements of a project or programme so that effective and ineffective project components may be identified.” In educational research the tracer study is sometimes referred to as a graduate or alumni survey since its target group is former students. Schomburg(2003, p.36) notes that graduate surveys are popular for “analysis of the relationship between higher education and work.” They provide quantitative-structural data on employment and career, the character of work and related competencies, and information onthe professional orientation and experiences of their graduates.
Graduates. Students/ or person who finishes a study under the bachelor of science in hotel and restaurant management.
PURPOSE OF A TRACER STUDY
Generally, the main purpose of a tracer