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ERIC Number: ED013646
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Feb
Pages: 63
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THE POTENTIAL ROLE OF THE JUNIOR COLLEGE IN EDUCATION FOR BUSINESS, MONOGRAPH C-15.
GODDARD, MERL LEE
THE AUTHOR ANALYZED THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TRENDS IN JUNIOR COLLEGE EDUCATION IN GENERAL AND EDUCATION FOR BUSINESS IN PARTICULAR. ACCORDING TO COMMUNITY REQUIREMENTS, THE COLLEGE ADMINISTRATION CAN CHOOSE AND DEVELOP COURSE OFFERINGS SUCH AS THE FOLLOWING--(1) A PROGRAM BASED ON SPECIFIC NEEDS OF LOCAL BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY, (2) A TERMINAL VOCATIONAL PROGRAM FOR THE SEMIPROFESSIONAL, WITH ENOUGH GENERAL EDUCATION TO AVOID OVERSPECIALIZATION, (3) A TRANSFER PROGRAM WHICH INCLUDES BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS BACKGROUND COURSES, (4) BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS COURSES IN THE GENERAL CURRICULUM FOR THE STUDENT'S PERSONAL USE (DAILY BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS, INFORMED VOTING, ETC.), (5) A PROGRAM ARTICULATED WITH THOSE OF OTHER INSTITUTIONS TO PREVENT LOSS OF CREDITS, AND (6) COURSES FOR RETRAINING OR UPDATING THOSE ALREADY EMPLOYED OR WISHING TO RE-ENTER THE JOB MARKET. WHATEVER PROGRAM OF COURSES IS CHOSEN, IT MUST BE CONSTANTLY EVALUATED AND IMPROVED WHERE POSSIBLE. THIS DOCUMENT IS AVAILABLE FROM SOUTH-WESTERN PUBLISHING CO., 11 GUITTARD RD., BURLINGAME, CALIF. 94010. (HH)
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