HomeResearch Journal College of Engineering JBLFMU-Molovol. 3 no. 1 (2010)

Perception of Quality Maritime Education among Marine Engineering Students

Ariel L. Baguio | Eric S. Ecamin | Rocky A. Baban | Oliver C. Del Rosario | Pempeo M. Estellena | Jashen I. Sorongon



The purpose of this study was to determine the level of perception of quality maritime education among marine engineering students of John B. Lacson Colleges Molo, Inc. The data of this descriptive research were gathered with the use of “Quality Maritime Education Rating Scale” designed by the researchers. The respondents of this study were the 180 randomly selected marine engineering students for school year 2003-2004. Descriptive statistics employed were the mean and standard deviation. No inferential statistics was utilized. The findings revealed that the marine engineering students had “effective perception” of quality education as an entire group and when grouped according to different categories.