ERIC Number: ED227885
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1982-Aug
Reference Count: 0
Current Status of the General College's Career Development Programs.
Hixson, Bruce, Ed.
General College Newsletter, v30 n1 Aug 1982
These articles review the current status of General College's 11 career development programs: (1) Certificate in Aging Studies, an extension program geared toward those working with the elderly or seeking entry to the field of aging; (2) Aviation, consisting of seven one-level aviation courses which are applicable to all General College degrees; (3) Family Life Sequence, an experimental program connected with other family-related curricula; (4) Fire Protection, which is available for correspondence study; (5) Human Services Generalist Program, an interdisciplinary program involving cooperation with the Department of Psychiatry; (6) Legal Assistant Program, which offers legal specialty courses, internships, and continuing education seminars; (7) Marketing Certificate Program, a self-contained 12-course program; (8) Radiologic Technology, an associate degree program to prepare students for various radiological occupations; (9) Law Enforcement/Corrections Concentration, two- and four-year programs meeting Minnesota's requirements for police licensure; (10) Open Learning for Fire Service, a national program in a correspondence study format; and (11) Vocational Teacher Education, an associate degree designed to meet the needs of those teaching in trade and industrial programs. With some variations, the program descriptions contain information on employment opportunities, program evaluation findings, enrollment trends, program costs, student characteristics, and connections with other University units. (DAB)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Minnesota Univ., Minneapolis. General Coll.