Vision, Mission, Goals and Objectives of Bachelor Of Industrial Technology and Graduate School Programs of Marikina Polytechnic College: Stakeholders Awareness and Acceptability
Rowena C. Mande, Ed. D.1, Jonathan P. Diokno2
Marikina Polytechnic College, Sta. Elena, Marikina City, Philippines1-2
Vision, Mission, Goals, and Objectives of an educational institution are its main framework for planning and guide in the execution of its program among its clientele. It necessitates that stakeholders of an institution are aware of and accept their VMGO. This study utilized a descriptive method of research and administered a survey questionnaire on the awareness and acceptability of the Vision and Mission of the college and the Goals and Objectives of the Bachelor of Industrial Technology and Graduate School programs (Doctor of Education in Educational Management, Master of Education, Master of Arts in Teaching and the Master of Technician Education using voluntary response sampling. The data revealed that the collective level of awareness and acceptance of the VM of the college and the GOs of the BIT program from its alumni and students, industry partners, faculty members, non-teaching staff, and administrators are to a High Extent as evidenced by their Grand Mean of 4.16 and 4.23 respectively. On the other hand, the collective level of awareness and acceptability of VM of the college and GOs of Graduate School programs from Ed. D. students, GS Faculty, M. Ed. Students, MAT Alumni, MAT students, Non-teaching staff, Administrators, and MTE students are at Very High Extent as evident by their Grand Mean of 4.60 and 4.67 respectively. These data implied how much they are aware of and how much they accepted the Vision and Mission of the college and the Goals and Objectives of the concerned programs among its stakeholders. It is suggested that the conduct of a qualitative study relative to VMGO must be done for future reference.
Keywords: VMGO, Industrial Technology, Graduate School, Awareness, Acceptability