SWOT analysis to evaluate the programme of a joint online/onsite master's degree in environmental education through the students’ perceptions
M. Rut Jimenez-Liso and
Evaluation and Program Planning, 2016, vol. 54, issue C, 41-49
This study shows the use of SWOT to analyse students’ perceptions of an environmental education joint master's programme in order to determine if it runs as originally planned. The open answers given by students highlight the inter-university nature of the master's, the technological innovation used as major points, and the weaknesses in the management coordination or the duplicate contents as minor points. The external analysis is closely linked with the students’ future jobs, their labour opportunities available to them after graduation. The innovative treatment of the data is exportable to the evaluation of programmes of other degrees because it allows the description linked to its characteristics and its design through the students’ point of view.
Keywords: Evaluation; SWOT analysis; Environmental education joint master's degree; Onsite-online teaching (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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