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Kor J Aesthet Cosmetol 2014;12(1): 93-103.
미용관련학과 전공자들이 기대하는 교육과정에 대한 만족도
김경란, 송제호
A Study on the Curriculum Satisfaction and expected by Beauty-related Majors
Gyeong-Ran Kim, Jeho Song
ABSTRACT
With those who were majoring in cosmetology at college in Seoul, Gyeonggi-do, Jeollabuk-do and Chungcheongnamdo selected as research participants in the study, the study investigated the cosmetology majors’ needs of and satisfaction in cosmetology curriculums, their satisfaction with teaching methods and educational environment and demands for cosmetology teaching methods. The survey was conducted from May 15, 2013 to June 18, 2013 to collect data and a total of 502 survey copies were used as the final analysis material. For the statistical analysis on the data, SPSS 14.0 was applied and as for analysis methods, the frequency analysis, the descriptive statistics, the crossover analysis (χ²-test), t-test, One-Way ANOVA (Duncan-test), the factor analysis and reliability analysis were used. With those who were majoring in cosmetology at college in Seoul, Gyeonggi-do, Jeollabuk-do and Chungcheongnam-do selected as research participants in the study, the study investigated the cosmetology majors’ needs of and satisfaction in cosmetology curriculums, their satisfaction with teaching methods and educational environment and demands for cosmetology teaching methods. First, the general characteristics were examined and it turned out that most of the cosmetology majors were female in their 20s. They were mostly majoring in skin care or makeup. Second, in terms of their needs of the cosmetology curriculums, the research participants would like to improve their skills via the curriculums. They considered beauty practice the most significant activity in the curriculums and as for the level differences of cosmetology classes focusing on theories, the participants understood that the levels of the classes were averagely similar or different to each other. Regarding the cosmetology education, the participants answered that they should be given more classes or time to learn cosmetology theories and to do the beauty practice. Both the theory curriculums and the practice curriculums in the beauty colleges were observed to be improved averagely or so. No practices related to the major were carried out after school and the school systems of the research participants’ colleges were not concerned with the cosmetology-related majors and the curriculums. Third, the satisfaction in the cosmetology education was divided into two groups which were ‘demands for the curriculums’ and ‘connection with the practice classes’ and the satisfaction was determined to be average in general.
Key words: Major course of study, Level of education, Improve skills
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