Desired Qualification of Graduates of the Faculty of Industrial Technology
Science Journal of Education
Volume 5, Issue 4, August 2017, Pages: 129-135
Received: May 4, 2017; Published: May 4, 2017
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Nat Praseeratasange, Faculty of Industrial Technology, Buriram Rajabhat University, Buriram, Thailand
Nathapakorn Juntapidta, Faculty of Industrial Technology, Buriram Rajabhat University, Buriram, Thailand
Dusit Uthitsunthorn, Faculty of Industrial Technology, Buriram Rajabhat University, Buriram, Thailand
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Abstract
The purpose of this research was to study the desirable qualifications of graduates. The participants were graduated bachelor’s degree from the faculty of Industrial Technology, Buriram Rajabhat University in academic year 2015-2016. The result showed that the highest satisfactions were the morality, ethics, diligence, honesty, patience, and professional skills (). It was followed by the creative thinking and acquiring knowledge (). Then, the satisfaction on the knowledge application to develop their local was at the least level (). However, when the means of satisfaction of graduates for the desirable qualifications were compared as topic level, it was found that the p-value was 0.041, which was less than the statistical significance level that was set at 0.05. Therefore, the differences in each topic of desirable characteristics of graduates affected the satisfaction level of desirable characteristics of graduates of the faculty of Industrial Technology. The faculty of Industrial Technology had to develop the desirable characteristics of graduates by applying the knowledge to develop their own local. Because of this, the employers will be satisfied by the graduates’ desirable characteristics who graduated in the bachelor’s degree from the faculty of Industrial Technology, Buriram Rajabhat University.
Keywords
Graduates, Desirable Qualifications, Employers
To cite this article
Nat Praseeratasange, Nathapakorn Juntapidta, Dusit Uthitsunthorn, Desired Qualification of Graduates of the Faculty of Industrial Technology, Science Journal of Education. Vol. 5, No. 4, 2017, pp. 129-135. doi: 10.11648/j.sjedu.20170504.11
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