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The impact of studying course the economics of school on postgraduate student’s attitudes towards the economics of education science and the requirements to develop their skills

By Khalid Saleh Merzam Alsubaie

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The study aimed to identify the impact studying course of the economics of school on postgraduate student’s attitudes towards the economics of education science and to identify the requirements to developing their practical skills. The survey approach in this study and the questionnaire was used as a tool to collecting data from study society. The study conducted on all the fourth level of Master Students in the Department of Educational Administration in academic year 1437/1438 and on the previse one consisting of (63) male and female students. The most important findings of the study were students have an average positive attitude towards the economics of education science, and there were significant statistically differences among the members of the study in their attitudes towards the economics of education attribute to their gender and the nature of the current work. In additional there were differences between them attribute to different of academic year and their majors at the undergraduate stage. The study also revealed a few of requirements to develop student practical skills in that course

Topics: Attitude, Economics of Education, Postgraduate, Academic courses, Education, L
Publisher: King Saud University
Year: 2019
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