A catalogue study of the secretarial programs in senior colleges in North Carolina

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Kathryn W. McEntire (Creator)
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG )
Web Site: http://library.uncg.edu/
Rowena Wellman

Abstract: This study grew out of a specific situation involving a proposed reorganization of a secretarial department in a small liberal arts college. Information was desired about the secretarial courses offered, the courses required, and the amount of credit given by colleges in North Carolina. The problem involves (a) 4-year secretarial offerings in the white senior colleges, analyzed in terms of types of colleges offering secretarial training programs} total business offerings; levels on which courses are offered; departments in which courses are offered; credit hours granted; and course requirements for a major which includes secretarial courses, and (b) 1-year and 2-year programs of secretarial subjects. The term "secretarial subjects" includes as a minimum shorthand and typewriting.1 Subjects usually classified as secretarial are: shorthand, typewriting, filing, office machines, and office practice or secretarial practice.

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Language: English
Date: 1948
Secretaries $x Training of
Universities and colleges $z North Carolina $x Curricula

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