The Factors Affecting of Decision Making to Study in Bachelor's Degree in Buddhism of Students Who Will Graduate High School and Graduated from High School : a Case Study of Yasothon Buddhist Collage

Pramaha Jirayuth Payogo, Perapong Saensin

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The purposes of this research were to study ๑) the factors affecting for decision making to Study in bachelor's degree in buddhism of students who will graduate a high school and graduated from high school in semester second of ๒๐๑๕ ๒) To compare student reviews for decision making to study in bachelor's degree in buddhism of students who will graduate a high school and graduated from high school affecting for decision making to study in bachelor's degree in yasothon buddhist collage ๓) To suggested factors affecting selected studies of them The tool used for this data collection was a questionnaire. a 5-level scale with open-ended questions. The statistics used for data analysis were percentage, mean, standard deviation (S.D.), and test statistic. Mean differences were independent samples t-test and One-Way ANOVA. The results were as followed:. The factors include the location and the image of the college. curriculum and instructional management personnel college media and teaching equipment welfare and service religion and local culture information and the decision to continue studying. affect decision making at a high level.
The comparison of sex factors status of education aspect of education GPA ๒.๐๐ – ๒.๕๐ with GPA ๒.๕๑ – ๓.๐๐ and GPA ๒.๕๑ – ๓.๐๐ with GPA ๓.๐๑ or higher. career of the parents, career, government officials / state enterprises and trade. sales career with agriculture / hiring affecting the decision to pursue a bachelor's degree at Yasothon theological seminary. not different age less than 20 years with age 20 years up. occupation. parents, government officials / state enterprises with agriculture / employment. GPA ๒.๐๐ – ๒.๕๐ with GPA ๓.๐๑ and above. safety and security and the majors meet the requirements and does not meet the requirements. It affects the decision to choose a bachelor's degree. The Yasothon Theological Seminary differed significantly at .05 level.


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