Date of Award
Master of Education (MEd)
It was believed by this writer that it would be impossible to establish a degree program which would fulfill the needs of and satisfy all students. For this reason; it was impossible to objectively evaluate the effectiveness of the requirements for a Master's degree. However; it seemed that the opinions of recent degree recipients would provide a primary source of information for evaluating the relative merits of required courses and experiences. The Dean of the College of Education at Utah State University indicated that this important source of information about the Master's degree program in elementary education had been largely ignored in evaluating the program requirements at Utah State University,
Russell, Clifford, "A Study to Determine the Attitudes of Master's Degree Recipients in Elementary Education Toward Courses in the Required Program at Utah State University" (1968). All Graduate Plan B and other Reports. 596.
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