10th International
Conference on
Teaching Statistics
8 – 13 July 2018
Kyoto, Japan
Contributed paper list


Contributed Paper C307

 

Event History Analysis of Attrition and Degree Completion in Graduate Studies


Authors

Bobby Roaring (Philippines)
Marycel Sajise (Philippines)

Presenter

Bobby Roaring (Philippines)

Abstract

This study aimed to determine the factors influencing the student attrition and degree completion in Graduate Studies. Admitted graduate students from 2011 to 2016 at Pangasinan State University graduate programs were utilized. High occurrence of dropout was observed while degree completion is low. The median time-to-dropout was fifth semester and fourth semester for doctoral and masteral programs, respectively. The median time to degree completion was eight semesters for doctorate students and six semesters for masteral students. No significant factor influences on the degree completion and student attrition in Masteral studies. Age is positively associated with the odds of completion for doctorate students but no significant factors affects completion. The implication of this study is useful in developing retention and interventions program in the graduate programs.