Proposal Abstract

The purpose of this session is to present the results of the Adult Student Priorities SurveyTM conducted at a private university school of business in central Appalachia. In this session, attendees will learn what adult learner participants found to be important and the reported level of satisfaction with a full range of experiences in their educational program. A description of the study, major findings, and the implications for colleges and universities will also be presented in this session. In addition, recommendations are included for further research, so that these results may be used by schools to help improve existing policies and procedures which lead to more effective student satisfaction levels. This study included a total of 305 School of Business students from an MBA and Adult Business Degree Completion Program. A total of 170 surveys were used to collect data from participants with a response rate of 56%.

Location

Room 2903

Publication Type and Release Option

Presentation (Open Access)

 
Mar 8th, 3:00 PM Mar 8th, 3:45 PM

The Adult Student Priorities SurveyTM: An Analysis at a Private Central Appalachian University

Room 2903

The purpose of this session is to present the results of the Adult Student Priorities SurveyTM conducted at a private university school of business in central Appalachia. In this session, attendees will learn what adult learner participants found to be important and the reported level of satisfaction with a full range of experiences in their educational program. A description of the study, major findings, and the implications for colleges and universities will also be presented in this session. In addition, recommendations are included for further research, so that these results may be used by schools to help improve existing policies and procedures which lead to more effective student satisfaction levels. This study included a total of 305 School of Business students from an MBA and Adult Business Degree Completion Program. A total of 170 surveys were used to collect data from participants with a response rate of 56%.