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Diagnóstico e alternativas de contenção da evasão no curso de administração em uma universidade pública no sul do brasil

By Simone Portella Teixeira de Mello and Elaine Garcia dos Santos

Abstract

This study is part of a research project developed in a public university in southern Brazil. It aims to reveal factors that contribute to dropout in Administration Course from 2009 to 2011. As the places in Brazilian public higher education are amplified drop out has also increased, which implies a problem to be handled carefully by the management of higher education. The diagnosis is a preliminary step for future actions to minimize dropout in Higher Education Institutions. It is a theoretical review on the subject relating causes reported on literature. Alternatives are disclosed in the course and in institutional policies. The research is qualitative and uses semi-structured interview with open and closed questions carried out by e-mail and telephone. The results reveal: dropout rates are higher for males than for females, the predominant age is between 21 and 29 years old. The main reasons for dropout are: excessive workload, incompatibility between work time and the course, and different expectations about the course. Online control of the students’ attendance, better student-course-professor relationship, Permanence Scholarship, and prospective actions as publicizing in High Schools the profile of the graduate Administrator may restrict the dropout

Topics: Dropout in higher education, Leaving higher education, Dropout, Special aspects of education, LC8-6691, Education, L, DOAJ:Education, DOAJ:Social Sciences, Education (General), L7-991
Publisher: Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
Year: 2012
DOI identifier: 10.5007/1983-4535.2012v5n3p67
OAI identifier: oai:doaj.org/article:37fff51d7274494f8b682e723a6d9b91
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