Curriculum Relevance Bshrm

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ABSTRACT
This study aimed to determine the status of the BS HRM curriculum as evaluated by the 4th year BS
HRM students. There were seventy (70) purposively selected respondents. A descriptive evaluative research design was used in the study. With the essential information needed to answer this study, the researchers employed questionnaires as the instruments in the data gathering procedure. The questionnaires consist of thirty-one (31) statements that evaluated the curriculum of the BS HRM.
The researchers used frequency and weighted mean to analyze and accurately interpret the data gathered. The results of this study revealed that the respondents agreed on the positive aspects of the program content of BS HRM. There are also areas of the curriculum that needed to be revised, removed and added to the program. With the results of the study conducted, it is recommended that the Administrator of this program must give more attention on the curriculum in order for the students to be able to acquire the necessary learning for the course, as well as to lessen the subjects that are important. Furthermore, it is recommended for the future researchers to use this study in assessing the employment rate of students who graduated from the BS HRM program and to verify if the objectives stated from the program have been attained

1. Introduction
Changing of curriculum for the past years is very usual and common in the academe. From the first curriculum of education which is NELC (New Elementary Curriculum) and NESC (New Secondary
Education Curriculum) up to this time the K-12 Basic Education Curriculum.
There are several major reasons for assessing the curriculum. These are: to identify aspects of a curriculum that are working and those that need to be changed; to assess the effectiveness of changes that have already been made; to…...

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