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The Masters Degree Program At Western A Follow-Up Survey Of The Masters Class Of 1993, Carl Simpson, Linda D. (Linda Darlene) Clark, Gary (Gary Russell) Mckinney, Joseph E. Trimble Sep 1994

The Masters Degree Program At Western A Follow-Up Survey Of The Masters Class Of 1993, Carl Simpson, Linda D. (Linda Darlene) Clark, Gary (Gary Russell) Mckinney, Joseph E. Trimble

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Between Summer, 1992 and Spring, 1993, 403 Masters degrees were awarded at Western. The first survey of Masters recipients by the Office of Institutional Assessment and Testing, conducted in Spring, 1994, contacted 290 (72.9%) of them. The majority of Western's Masters recipients (58.6%) are women. One in six (18.1%) are not U.S. citizens; fewer (5.8%) are U.S. minority group members. Ages are diverse. The oldest was 63 at graduation; the youngest, 23. One-fourth (28.9%) were over 40. Over half (57.1%) received their undergraduate training in Washington, 28.9% at ...


Western Washington University 1994 Survey Of Masters Graduates, Western Washington University. Office Of Survey Research Jun 1994

Western Washington University 1994 Survey Of Masters Graduates, Western Washington University. Office Of Survey Research

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A survey of master graduates from Western Washington University.


Strategic Management Plans And Procedures To Improve Degree Progress And Persistence At Western Washington University, Joseph E. Trimble, Carl Simpson, Gary (Gary Russell) Mckinney Jun 1994

Strategic Management Plans And Procedures To Improve Degree Progress And Persistence At Western Washington University, Joseph E. Trimble, Carl Simpson, Gary (Gary Russell) Mckinney

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Executive Summary: In 1991 the United States Congress passed the Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act requiring colleges and universities to disclose, among other factors, the graduation rates for all full-time entering students pursuing degrees. In keeping with the federal legislation, Washington State's legislature, in 1993, passed SHB 1580, the "time-to-degree" bill requiring the state's colleges and universities to develop plans that will shorten existing time-to-degree rates and subsequently improve both degree persistence and graduation rates. Both legislative actions guided the contents of this report. The faculty, staff, and administration at Western Washington University have been acutely aware ...