Discipline: Hotel and Restaurant Management
This study assessed the competency level of Letran BSHRM graduates in 2009 and 2010 by assuming their competencies. Ten graduate-respondents and their managers and superiors participated in the survey. Results could be used as inputs for CSJL’s Program Educational Objectives (PEO) review and enhancement
Findings revealed that females were more likely to work in the hospitality industry; they were employable and competitive within and outside the industry. From the perspective of the graduate-respondents, they were marginally competent in research, in Christian values, in environmentally sound community advocacy, in articulation of knowledge; they lacked self-motivation, focus, and encouragement. Based on this, the PEO on these aspects needed improvements. However, from the perspective of their managers and superiors, the graduates were highly competent in all aspects.