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A Research Presented to the Faculty to the

School of Accountancy and Business

St. Paul University Philippines

Tuguegarao City

In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirement for the

Degree Bachelor of Science in Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism


Verionie Eustaquio

Sharon Mendoza

educators and recruiters think hotel. Nowadays. restaurant and tourism management education programs should do to better prepare student for leadership positions and ways to help reduce the barriers that may exist to student career advancement .Classroom with practice observed in the field. the department requires each student to complete two practical of hospitality field work experience. As such. The affects of the perceptions of factors that facilitate and constrain students’ career advancement and determine of there were any significant differences influenced them. thus improving their education. Restaurant and Tourism Management. The purpose of the study was to examine the factors affecting the 2 year college student shifters why they had chosen the course Hotel. restaurant and tourism management program was increasing every year and because of this it was one of the great concern in the school. Restaurant and Tourism Management student. the increased number of students In the hotel. The study went further to identify why Hotel.

Review of Related Literature and studies This presents both foreign and local literature related to the study conducting this research study several sources have been gathered to enrich the researcher’s knowledge about the topics. What do these demands imply for key competencies can improve assessment of how well prepared students for life’s challenges. Today’s societies place challenging demands on individuals who are confronted with complexity in many parts of their lives. According to OECD Education Ministers (2005). Related Literature Foreign: According to Howard “bud” James (1998). as well as identifying over arching goals for education system and lifelong learning . Restaurant and tourism industry. There are many advantages in selecting a career in hotel. There are unlimited opportunities to advancement and the greatest advantage is the tremendous job satisfaction received on a daily basis in the industry.

APA (2006). According to Kevin London (1998). Cooperative education and field experience were two types of the student work programs used in this research.Solved later. that integrate career- related work experience with academic course work. & Tourism Management (H&T) students’ perceptions of the two majors were investigated. Restaurant. The specific objectives of the study were: 1) To explore Business and Hotel students’ perceptions of their cooperative education and field experiences. Related Studies Foreign: According to the American Psychological association. the most important attribute . General business administration (BA) and Hotel. for some succeeding this business. 2) To compare the perceptions of the students of both department toward their work experiences. Stated that. food is of such a perishable nature that business lost is gone forever. and 3) to identify areas for improvement in the student work programs. This study examined UW-Stout’s student work programs by understanding student interns’ perceptions.

2 section 2. and 1. Is there a significant difference on the respondents’ perception on the factors affecting the 2 year college students to shift with BSHRTH of SPUP when grouped according to profile variables? .2 Peer factors. and 2.1 gender . 2. what is the respondent’s perception in the factors that influence them to shift with BSHRTM in SPUP in term of: 2.1 Personal factors. 1. What is the profile of the respondents according to: 1.3 Family Factors 3.Specifically. the study seeks to answer the following problems.

Respondents SPUP perception on the Feedback The figure presents the research paradigm showing the inputs. factors influencing the influencing the 2nd year college 1. process and output models.Research Paradigm Input Process Output 1.1 gender 1.2 age 2nd year college students to shift 1. age and year level. the process is the Assessments’ in factors affecting the 2nd year college students to shift with BSHRTM of SPUP and the end of the study the researchers were able to ascertain.3 year level students to shift with BSHRTM of with BSHRTM of SPUP 2. Profile of the Assessment the Ascertain factors respondents. . Statement of the Problem This study is conducted to determine the factors affecting the 2nd year college students to shift with BSHRTM of SPUP. The figure shows that the input includes the respondents’ profile which is the gender.

Saint Paul University Philippines School of Accountancy and Business Tuguegarao City 3500 1. PROFILE OF THE RESPONDENTS Name: ______________________ (optional) Age: ____ Gender: Male Female Year level: 1st year 2nd year 3rd year 4th year 2. Encircle the number under the appropriate column which corresponds to your answer. Please read each item carefully. 5 – Very Great Extent 4 – Great Extent 3 – Moderate Extent 2 – Little Extent 1 – Very Little Extent . The following are the factors affecting the 2nd year college students to shift with BSHRTM of SPUP.

The Researchers. BSHRTM. Significance of the Study The essence of this research study is an advantage for those who want unlimited career opportunities for them to be encourage to enroll in this kind of course.Hypothesis There is no significant difference on the respondents’ perception on the factors that affects them to shift with BSHRTM when grouped according to profile variables. The Students. the following terms were operationally define: . Definition of Terms For brief understanding about this study. Scope and Delimitation of the Study This study is delimited with the student college shifters to BSHRTM of SPUP. The study helps the HRTM students to be aware and to know their preferred course have many opportunities. This study will be limited to their preferred course. The findings of the study will enable the researchers to assess their study. In this study it is essential in a course itself.