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This study is focused to solicit recommendations from the selected professionals from the field of Physical Education based on their assessment of the prospectus through its courses’ contents. The said evaluation was performed after the 1st dialogue organized by the Physical Education department of the City College of Angeles via Zoom meetings. The respondents answered a rubric, and open-ended questions to gather their comments and suggestions. Mean and Standard Deviation were used to describe the assessment of the professionals and thematic analysis for the comments and suggestions concerning the courses’ contents. The findings based on the assessment of the curriculum through its courses’ contents are hereby presented. Lastly, themes that emerged after the thematic analysis are (1) the Redundancy of topics and (2) the addition of other related topics relevant to the course. In this, a revisitation of the prospectus, especially the contents being offered for each course is highly suggested.

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Lobo, J., & Bernardo, B. D. (2022). Analysis of the Bachelor of Physical Education (BPEd) Program Prospectus through Course Content Assessment. International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Research, 3(11), 2303-2315. https://doi.org/10.11594/ijmaber.03.11.17

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