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LEVEL OF EMPLOYABILITY

of the Bachelor of Science in Business


Administration (BSBA) Graduates of
the Aklan State University

ISSUES OF JUSTIFICATION FOR THE STUDY


Given the limited time frame, the researchers deemed that
the study on employability can be finished within the
specified time since the data are readily available.
The research on the level of employability of the BSBA
graduates is timely in
relation to the on-going
accreditation of ASU for the AACUP Accreditation in which
the said accrediting agency requires the school to preset a
study on employability during the accreditation of its BSBA
program.

RESEARCH PROBLEM AND OBJECTIVES


STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
What is the level of employability of the graduates of the Bachelor of Science in
Business Administration of Aklan State University?
OBJECTIVES
Generally, this study seeks to determine the level of employability of the
graduates of the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration of Aklan State
University.
Specific objectives are:
1. Determine the respondents socio-demographic profile;
2. Describe the recruitment requirements of the employers and the external
market factors;
3. Determine the level of employability of the BSBA graduates;
4. Determine if there is a significant relationship between the different factors
(student-related, institutional) and employability of the BSBA graduates; and
5. Determine the recommended competencies and improvements to make the
BSBA program more relevant to the current market requirements.

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURES


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REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURES


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METHODOLOGY

SUMMARY OF OBJECTIVES AND METHODOLOGY


SOURCE

STATISTICAL
ANALYSIS

Questionnaire Part I

Percentage,
Frequency Count, and
Mean

Job Requirements (qualities,


competencies, attributes,
documentary requirements)

KII

Frequency and
Documentary
Analysis

Employment Data/History

Questionnaire Part IV:


Employment Data

Mean

Socio Demographic Profile,


Level of Employability

Questionnaire Part IV

Pearson R, Chi Square

Eligibility, Trainings and


Recommendations; Level of
Employability

Questionnaire Part II

Chi Square

College Capabilities, BSBA


Curriculum

Questionnaire Part III and


Part IV: BSBA Curriculum

Percentage,
Frequency Count,
Likert Scale

OBJECTIVES

DATA

Respondents SocioDemographic Profile

Age, Gender, Civil Status,


Household size, Religion,
Educational Attainment of
Parents, Income of Parents,
Place of Residence, Academic
Performance

Employers' Recruitment
Requirements
Level of Employability of the
BSBA Graduates
Relationship Between
Respondents' SocioDemographic Profile and
Employability
Relationship Between
Institutional Factors and
Employability
Competencies and
Improvements to the BSBA
Program

KEY FINDINGS
STUDENT RELATED FACTORS
The graduate respondents were young, with average age of
22.02 years, mostly females, single, and belonged to moderate
families.
majority of the respondents parents, 44.44 % for the father and
66.67% for the mother, attained secondary and college
education respectively.
The average family income of the respondents parents from
their occupation and other sources amounted to P 22,708.33
Almost all of the respondents were Roman Catholics by religion
and residing in rural areas.
Relative to graduates academic performance, the average
grade obtained by most of the graduates was 2.17 which was
equivalent to 87-89 percent.

KEY FINDINGS
INSTITUTIONAL FACTORS
With regards to the graduates eligibility, most of them, 15 or 41.57
percent passed the Civil Service Professional Examination.
Along trainings obtained by the graduates in line with the field of
specialization, 18 or 50 percent have indicated that they have obtained
a course-related training.
As to the credentials/referrals/recommendations submitted by the
graduates for employment, all of them were required to submit a
resume. On the other hand, 10 or 27.78 percent of the graduates
obtained recommendations from their referrals.

KEY FINDINGS
COLLEGE CAPABILITY
Faculty Profile
Educational Attainment

there were 14 faculty teaching basic subjects, 5 for major subjects and 5
for professional education. From this number, 1 or 7.14 percent of the faculty
in basic education were masters degree holder, 1 or 20 percent for the
faculty handling the major subjects and 1 or 20.00 percent out of the 5
faculty in the professional education were holders of masteral degrees.
In 2012-2013, of the total faculty handling the basic, major and professional
subjects is the BSBA Program, 4 or 30.77 percent, 3 or 60.00 percent and3 or
60.00 percent earned masters degree, respectively.
From 2013-2014, only 1 or 20.00 percent of the 5 faculty teaching professional
education obtained Phd degree while most of the professors teaching the
basic and major subjects attained masters degree as shown by 5 or 33.33
percent and 3 or 60.00 percent, respectively.

KEY FINDINGS
Academic Rank
In 2011-12, there were 14 faculties who were teaching the basic
subjects, 5 for major subjects and 5 for professional education. From this
major subjects occupied. Professor IV position. Moreover, only 1 or 20.00
percent of the faculty teaching the professional education was
employed as Professor IV.
In 2012-2013, only 1 or 7.14 percent of the basic education teachers
occupied Professor V position. However, plurality of the teachers, 2 or
40.00 percent teaching the major subjects and 2 or 40.00 percent for
those assigned to teach professional education remained Instructor
(COS).
In 2012-2014, only 1 or 7.14 percent out of 15 faculties occupied
Professor V position. Most of the teachers (2 or 40.00 percent) were
Instructor (COS) teaching major and professional subjects.

KEY FINDINGS
Faculty Performance
The faculty performance of the BSBA Professors is indicated by teaching skills
and rapport with students. It could be noted that the overall faculty
performance as perceived by respondents was very satisfactory (x=3.81).

ANALYSIS, CONCLUSION &


RECOMMENDATIONS
CONCLUSION
Based on the major findings on the study, the following
conclusions were drawn:
Generally, the BSBA graduates were young, mostly females, all
singles, belonged to moderate families, residing in rural areas and
Roman Catholics as their religion. The respondents parents were
classified as high income earners and had attained the secondary
and college level of education for the father and mother,
respectively.
As perceived by the graduates, the BSBA professors had very
satisfactory teaching performance.
Most of the BSBA graduates were employed in private agencies.
As perceived by the graduates, the school provided adequate
facilities.
As measured by their level of employability, the BSBA graduates had
moderate employability level.
Relevance of course to job and employability
Highly significant correlations were obtained between employability
and

ANALYSIS, CONCLUSION &


RECOMMENDATIONS
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RECOMMENDATIONS
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