Master’s Degree Programs of Camarines Norte State College, Philippines: Impact on Its Graduates
Godofredo E. Peteza, Jr.
- Publisher: Lyceum of the Philippines University, Batangas
Asia Pacific Journal of Multidisciplinary Research
(issn: 2350-7756, eissn: 2350-8442)
Q | Master’s Degree Programs | graduates | Social Sciences | impact | Science | H
acm: ComputingMilieux_COMPUTERSANDEDUCATION | ComputingMilieux_THECOMPUTINGPROFESSION
This research determined the impact of the master’s degree programs offered in the
Graduate School such as Master in Business Administration, Master in Public Administration, Master in
Management majors in Human Resource Management and Educational Planning and Management on its
graduates from 2009 to 2013. Descriptive-survey method supplemented by interview was employed to
identify specifically the profile of the graduates of master’s degree programs in terms of age, sex, civil
status, level of appointment before and after taking the master’s degree program, monthly income before
and after taking the master’s degree program, number of promotions after graduation, and years in
service and the impact of the CNSC Graduate School’s Master’s Degree Programs along professional
practice, career development; and employment. Results show that majority of the respondents are in the
middle age from 31 -37 years old, married, mostly females, 6-10 years in service and have one promotion
after they have graduated from their respective master’s degrees. The level of appointment of the
respondents has a positive movement from rank and file to supervisory and managerial levels positions.
The Graduate School’s Master’s degree programs provided high impact on the graduates’ professional
practice, and on employment while average impact on career development.