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Stakeholders Perception In Hospitality And Tourism Management Program Of Isabela State University

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Aleth M. Mamauag, John Mark M. Mamauag, Elizabeth T. Alonzo



Adaptability, Critical thinking, Flexibility, Private Sectarian, Private Non-Sectarian



This paper presented the perception of stakeholders on hospitality management program of Isabela State University as basis for enhancement of the program. The quantitative approach was utilized in the study. Survey questions were administered to the respondents from several campuses of Isabela State University. A total of 283 student’s respondents are involved in the study. Result shows that majority of the respondents strongly agree with all the aspects under assessment with Vision, Mission and Objectives and Administrative Operation which have the highest agreeable means. On the other hand, the participants just agree to the computerization, facilities and management, and practicum readiness in Hospitality Management where the same are iterated by the participants as problems encountered especially on the lack of laboratory equipment and laboratory for hotel management. The figures indicate that there are aspects in the implementation of the programs that has opportunities for improvements.



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