Analysis of academic performance of Bachelor of Science in Business Administration student of Surigao del Sur State University - Cantilan Campus

  • Jillard O. Mercado
  • Rozette E. Mercado
  • Jaypee B. Julve
  • Geraldine V. Naga
Keywords: Academic Performance, BSBA

Abstract

The present study was designed to analyze the academic performance of Bachelor of Science in Business Administration student of Surigao del Sur State University, Cantilan Campus. A total of 255 students from second and third year BSBA students major in Financial Management and Human Resource Development and Management are the participants of the study. The results showed that majority of the respondents are female, with age less than twenty years old and who also got higher GPA than male students. In addition, most of the student who planned to pursue Master’s Degree and those who are working while studying also got much higher GPA compared to those who don’t. In terms of school where they students graduated their secondary level, some of them graduated from private schools who earned or got higher GPA than those who graduated from public schools. It has been concluded from this study that gender, involvement in extra-curricular activities, intention to pursue Master’s degree, working students and the type of high school they graduated contributed to the students’ academic performance significantly.

Keywords: Academic Performance, BSBA

Published
2018-05-21

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eISSN: 1112-9867