RETENTION FACTORS IN THE ADMINISTRATION COURSE
A STUDY AT THE VALE DO ACARAÚ STATE UNIVERSITY
AbstractIn this work, we will work on a transversal theme: administration and education as a public policy, which must be offered with quality by the State to all Brazilians. The study was developed since 2019 from a previous data survey that was presented at the Scientific Initiation of this university and prompted the continuation of the research due to the high number of retained and dropout students in the Administration course. We will look at retention as the condition that a student in a college degree must remain beyond the stipulated period of payment in order to complete it. The present study will seek to identify the reasons why students of the Administration course at the State University of Vale do Acaraú (UVA) will complete their course in a period longer than five years, a period considered normal by the pedagogical project established by the course. The study had direct research carried out by applying a questionnaire by Google Forms with students. The data indicate that issues related to the course's curricular structure, cases of strikes at the institution, conciliation between work and studies, are some of the retention factors. On the other hand, there were indications that this retention could be reduced with follow-up for those students who have difficulties in relation to discipline forms and schedules.
Pedagogical-Teaching Methods and Strategies in Management and Teaching
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