Satisfaction of Graduate Users towards the Competencies of Master Degree graduate of Nursing Science Program in Nursing Administration, School of Nursing, Eastern Asia University

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อรนันท์ หาญยุทธ
มณีรัตน์ ภาคธูป

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This research is the Descriptive Research and has objectives to study Competency Satisfaction of Master Degree graduate users in Master Degree graduate of Nursing Science Program in Nursing Administration of Eastern Asia University and to compare the competency satisfaction of graduate users of Master Degree scholar distinguished by educational levels, positions, types of organization and the duration of times spent with the Master Degree graduates. Sample group is the graduate users in to total of 103 people. Research instrument is the Master Degree Users’ Satisfaction Questionnaire Form that has Cronbach alpha coefficient equals to 0.95. Statistics used in data analysis are frequency, percentage, average, standard deviation, Independent t-test and One Way ANOVA. Thus, research results found that the level of Master Degree users towards the Master’s competency is in high level ( gif.latex?\bar{x} = 4.07, SD = .43), Master Degree graduate has the highest moral aspect capacity of ( gif.latex?\bar{x} = 4.25, SD = .47) and the lowest intelligence is average to 3.97 (SD = .48). In addition, it is also found that the satisfaction towards research doing or research participation after graduation is in medium level. Master Degree graduate users that have differences in the topic of educational levels, positions, types of organization and the duration of times spent together with the Master Degree graduate have no different satisfaction in overall towards the capacity in the statistical significant level of .05. However, in each individual aspect, it is found that in interpersonal and responsibility aspects, Master Degree graduate users have more satisfaction in Master Degree’s capacity than Bachelor level and Doctor of Philosophy Degree in the statistical significant level of .05. From research results, recommend to suggest educational institute should improve the learning and teaching of research subject and the using of English language should have an in-depth research study about the capacity of interpersonal and responsibility from the graduate and Master Degree users in order to find the differences and to continue to bring forward as suggestions in curriculum improvement.

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หาญยุทธอ, ภาคธูปม. Satisfaction of Graduate Users towards the Competencies of Master Degree graduate of Nursing Science Program in Nursing Administration, School of Nursing, Eastern Asia University. J Royal Thai Army Nurses [Internet]. 2019Dec.30 [cited 2020Feb.23];20(3):227-36. Available from: https://he01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JRTAN/article/view/233280
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