Examining Self-efficacy and Goal Orientation as Mediators of the Relationship between Social Presence and Career Planning of MBA Students
Salazar, Leslie Ramos
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This study examined Internet self-efficacy, perceived self-efficacy in an MBA program, and intrinsic and extrinsic goal orientation as mediators of the relationship between social presence and career planning confidence. This study found that the self-efficacy and goal orientation variables were significant mediators of social presence and career planning confidence among 292 MBA students. Implications can guide the online course preparation of educations in accredited MBA programs.