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|Title:||Programme evaluation: a management education programme perspective|
|Authors:||Onuka, A. O. U.|
|Abstract:||This paper discusses the importance of management education as a potent means of human resource development. It also stresses the importance of evaluation as no one does exist and continue his existence without constantly doing one form of evaluation or the other. Thus evaluation of a management education programme cannot be overlooked if it were to satisfactorily achieve its goal, as its evaluation would constantly helps to put it on track. The type of management education programme to be evolved depends largely on the needs assessment of either an organization or a nation. Evaluation is the method of determining needs assessment. Thus evaluation precedes a management programme and also succeeds it. There are several methods of evaluation among which are antecedents, transactions and outcomes model, context, input, process and product, and discrepancy evaluation models. However, the antecedents, transactions and outcomes model was employed in this study. Recommendations include: more durable courses should be devised;' sectoral management education institutions should avoid involvement in general management programmes. Every course should be certificated to attract more entrants. Admission requirements be streamlined among others.|
|Appears in Collections:||Academic Publications in Institute of Education|
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