ERIC Number: ED062937
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
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Master's Degrees in the State of New York 1969-70.
New York State Education Dept., Albany. Bureau of College Evaluation.
During academic year 1969-1970 a survey was conducted at 56 of the 82 master's degree granting colleges and universities in New York State to determine the quality, quantity and type of education being offered in the State. In the smaller colleges and seminaries, data were collected concerning all master's degree programs offered; at the larger institutions programs were examined in 9 areas: biology, English, French, history, mathematics, psychology, business administration, elementary education or secondary education-social science, and education-guidance. Information was collected by mail on enrollments, admission standards, student profiles, curricular content and development, grading, the credentials, experience and assignments of faculty members, and the adequacy of libraries and other facilities for graduate study. This report presents the findings of the survey and makes recommendations for the improvement of the master's degree programs, as a regional entity, in the State. (HS)
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Authoring Institution: New York State Education Dept., Albany. Bureau of College Evaluation.