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Journal:   CURRICULUM PLANNING KNOWLEDGE & RESEARCH IN EDUCATIONAL SCIENCES   FALL 2012 , Volume 9 , Number 34; Page(s) 60 To 72.
 
Paper: 

EVALUATION OF EMPLOYMENT SKILLS TRAINING REQUIRED FOR LABOR MARKET IN UNDERGRADUATE CURRICULA OF ACCOUNTING, CIVIL ENGINEERING AND FOOD INDUSTRIES MAJORS

 
 
Author(s):  MOMENI MAHMOOEI HOSSEIN*, KARAMI MORTEZA, MASHHADI ALI
 
* DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL SCIENCES, TORBAT HEIDARIEH BRANCH, ISLAMIC AZAD UNIVERSITY, TORBAT HEIDARIEH, IRAN
 
Abstract: 

The purpose of this study was "Evaluation of employment skills training required for labor market in undergraduate curricula of accounting, civil engineering and food industries majors ". The research method was survey. The population was the faculty members, teachers and students of the last semester of undergraduate accounting, civil engineering and food industries majors of Islamic Azad University of Torbat heydariyeh. The total statistical populations were studied. The number of students in the accounting major was 63, in civil engineering were 78 and in food industries were 35. The number of masters of accounting was 12, civil engineering was 35 and a food industry was 8. The total populations of students in the three groups were 178 and the total of the masters in the three groups were 55. The Researcher made questionnaire was used for data collection, descriptive statistics to describe the data and one sample t-test for statistical analysis. The Opinions of experts were used to assess its validity. The reliability of 0.83 was estimated by using Cronbach's alpha. The results indicated that the accounting students (except IT, self-management and learning) and the masters believed that the employment skills are not taught in the curriculum of this course. The results showed that the civil engineering students (except for planning, self-management and learning) believed that employment skills are taught. Civil engineering masters also believed that employment skills (except for problem solving, planning and self-management) are taught in the curriculum of this course.. The results also indicated that the students of food industries believed that the employment skills (other than planning, communication, information technology and learning) are taught, and the masters also Believed that only the teamwork bearer taught.

 
Keyword(s): EMPLOYMENT SKILLS, LABOR MARKET, ACCOUNTING, CIVIL ENGINEERING, FOOD INDUSTRIES
 
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