Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
William A. Stull
From the time of the first school through the current schools of today, one of the greatest concerns of educators has been the development of curriculums. "Among the most important educational policies of schools are those pertaining to curriculum." (Kirst and Decker, 1972, p. 28) This concern has been echoed by many educators across the country including those at Utah State University. At Utah State the responsibility of the curriculum for the Education Professions Development Act, Part E, program (EPDA) belongs to the Business Education Department. The fiveyear old EPDA, Part E, program at Utah State University has been deeigned to meet the needs of master degree level students in preparation for business oriented positions at post-secondary institutions.
Rees, Ronald Max, "An Analysis of the Program for Education Professions Development Act, Part E, Fellowship Students at Utah State University" (1975). All Graduate Plan B and other Reports. 700.
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