Influence of curriculum quality and educational service quality on student experiences: A case study in sport management programs
Curriculum quality, Educational service quality, Loyalty, Perceived value, Satisfaction, Sport Management education
Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sport and Tourism Education
Building upon the American Customer Satisfaction Index model, the current study initially explored the influence of educational quality of Sport Management programs (including curriculum quality and educational service quality) on student educational evaluation. The results of confirmatory factor analysis show that four major dimensions of curriculum quality in Sport Management education, and five dimensions of educational service quality. The results of structural relationship model indicated that the influence of curriculum quality and educational service quality first leads to a change in students' perceived quality; this change in perceived quality further directly impact loyalty and indirectly impact loyalty via satisfaction.
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UNI ScholarWorks, Rod Library, University of Northern Iowa
Zhang, Jingxian; Wang, Junqi; Min, Sophia D.; Chen, Kenny K.; and Huang, Haiyan, "Influence of curriculum quality and educational service quality on student experiences: A case study in sport management programs" (2016). Faculty Publications. 1071.