Date of Award
Master of Arts
In recent decades comprehensive studies have been made of the occupational status of various trained groups. If training is effective there should be a positive relationship between training occupation and progress in the chosen occupation.
This study not totally unique in its basic objectives aims to discover the facts bearing upon training, occupation, and progress In chosen occupation of a given group. There are persons who are interested in knowing the occupational status of Prairie YIew*s sociology graduates. Were such knowledge available, the effectiveness of the past and present courses in that department could be determined. Changes could then be made to meet the current needs of former graduates, of present enrollees, and of those to come.
Dean S. Yarbrough
J. A. Randall
J. L. Boyer
Prairie View Agricultural and Mechanical College
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Date of Digitization
John B Coleman Library
City of Publication
Darden, R. E. (1950). The Occupational Status Of Prairie Views Sociology Major And Minor Graduates 1929-1949. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.pvamu.edu/pvamu-theses/1349