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Subject Disciplines and Student Evaluation of a Degree Programme in Education

Eric Arubayi
Higher Education
Vol. 14, No. 6 (Dec., 1985), pp. 683-691
Published by: Springer
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3446796
Page Count: 9
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Subject Disciplines and Student Evaluation of a Degree Programme in Education
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Abstract

The primary purpose of this study is to report the evaluation of a degree programme in Education by final year undergraduate students of a university. The results show that arts and science students rated the courses, instruction and instructors in the education department significantly higher than those in their teaching subject departments; social science students rated their subject departments higher than the education department; the physical and health education students were indifferent in their ratings of both departments. The study further reveals that educational administration, educational psychology and guidance and counselling were rated in descending order as the most interesting courses in education.

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