The Students’ Satisfaction Toward Managerial Economics Class


As a policy of the Minister of Education that want all the educational institutions improve the quality of their students to be smart, good, and happy person. Kasetsart University has realized about the importance of this policy, so all lecturers were encouraged to do the classroom research to improve and update their teaching. The objective of this study was to analyze the students' satisfaction toward the managerial economics class. The methodology was a survey by collecting 47 questionnaires from students registered in this class. All respondents were the students in the department of economics at Kasetsart University, Thailand. This study employed Weighted Average Index (WAI). The results showed that the students had highly satisfaction toward taking the midterm and final exam with WAI 0.70 and 0.74, respectively. For the activities participated in this class, they had very highly satisfaction toward their presentation and doing the report / homework with the same WAI (0.84). For the opinion toward the student-centered learning and teaching, 74.47 percent of the respondents thought that this class was the student-centered learning and teaching.

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Sauwaluck Koojaroenprasit, Kasetsart University, Thailand

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Conference: ACEID2017
Stream: Education for interdisciplinary thinking

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