SMART JOURNAL OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT STUDIES VOL. 17 NO. 2 PAPER 8
10.5958/2321-2012.2021.00018.X
UOH BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION COLLEGE STUDENTSí PERCEPTION OF THEIR LEARNING EXPERIENCES, FOR COMPETENCY BUILDING, THROUGH STUDENT-CENTERED, LEARNING APPROACH
 
Serhan Alshammari* and Ajay Singh**
*    Assistant Professor, College of Business Administration, University of Hail, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
**    Associate Professor, College of Business Administration, University of Hail, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
The study was conducted on undergraduate business students, at the College of Business Administration (CBA), at the University of Hail, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The Researchers attempted to determine, the perception of business stream students of their learning experiences, in building their competency and skills, by applying student centred learning approach. The factors considered, in the study, were Studentsí Learning Activities (SLA), Studentsí Learning Resources and Facilities (SLRF); UOH Proposed Teaching Practices (UPTP), Strategies for Studentsí Motivation for Learning (SSML) and Studentsí Learning Perception on Competency Building (SLPCB). The study identified the different aspects of studentsí perception of their learning experiences, by applying structural equation modelling (SEM). It also recommends particular areas of improvements and actions to their overall development.
 
KEYWORDS: Exploratory Factor Analysis (EFA), Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA) and Structural Equation Modelling (SEM) JEL CLASSIFICATIONS: M1, D83 FULL TEXT