PERAN INPUT KELEMBAGAAN DAN INPUT KEMAHASISWAAN TERHADAP CAPAIAN AKADEMIK MAHASISWA

I Gusti Ayu Manuati Dewi, Eka Ardani Sisdyani, Ni Made Adi Erawati, Ni Nyoman Ayu Diantini, Surya Dewi Rustariyuni

Abstract


Abstract: The Role of Institutional Input and Student Input on Student Academic Achievement. This study is aimed at investigating the impact of institutional and student inputs on academic achievement (AA) and differences of AA by sex and field of study. This research carried out at Faculty of Economics and Business, Udayana University. By using purposive sampling method, 300 students, 100 students each at Accounting, Management, and Development Economic Departments is used. Technique of analysis implemented are Multiple Linear Regression, Independent Sample t-test, and Anova. The findings show that for Model 1, class size negatively influence AA. At Model 2a, learning allocation of time and father’s education positively impact AA. At Model 2b, ability of study and father’s education positively influence AA. Additionally, there are significantly differences of ability of study and AA by sex and AA by department. 


Keywords


institutional input, student input, academic achievement

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17977/jip.v23i2.8552

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