Leonila C. Crisostomo, The RTU Graduate School Executive Master’s Program for School Year 2011-2012 as Viewed by its Respondents, ILSHS Volume 64, International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (Volume 64)
https://www.scipress.com/ILSHS.64.1
Abstract:
    This study was conducted to ascertain the views and opinions of the faculty and personnel as recipients of the Rizal Technological University (RTU) Graduate School Executive Master’s program as to its reasons for availment, importance of the core and major subjects of the curriculum, lecturers’ professional skills, duration/time allotment, level of satisfaction, significant difference of the two programs, problem encountered and gathered possible solutions to the problems; determine whether the Executive Master’s Program was able to realize its goals and objectives and find out the overall impression of the recipients about the Executive Master’s Program. A total of fifty (50) RTU faculty and personnel graduated from this Executive Master’s program, twenty six (26) Master of Arts in Education (MAEd) and twenty four (24) Master of Arts in Engineering (MAE).
Keywords:
    Executive Master’s Program, Master of Arts in Engineering, Master of Arts Ineducation, Recipients