Difficulties of Academic Achievement in Finance for Managers Course from the Student Perspective: Evidence from Gulf College Oman
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Many studies by researchers and accounting educators explore various factors associated with the success or failure of accounting majors in college level accounting courses. This paper identifies and summarizes the main difficulties associated with low student academic achievement in finance for managers in Gulf college in Oman. The research empirically investigates student perceptions of the difficulties of academic achievement in finance for managers courses. The research method was a survey that involved classifying students in business, marketing and business economic. Data was collected through a questionnaire with 23 items related to four primary groups: academic staff style, exams and quizzes, students, and accounting textbooks. This is result findings show that the major obstacles of learning and study finance for managers that Traditional pedagogical Techniques, Lack of English language proficiency.
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