A study of factors related to the difficulties encountered by two-year business transfer students matriculating at a private four-year institution : an articulation inventory index

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Henry Thompson Stanton (Creator)
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG )
Web Site: http://library.uncg.edu/
Dale L. Brubaker

Abstract: It was the purpose of this study to investigate the influence of certain personal-social and educational variables on perceived articulation barriers of two-year transfer students matriculating at a private four-year institution. The predictor variables were sex, employment status, decision-making stage, institution type, and grade point average. The criterion variable was the scores on the Articulation Inventory Index. The sample consisted of 57 two-year business transfer students from a total student population of 1700. Four hundred and fifty of these students were majoring in a business-related program and 75 of these students were two-year transfer students. The data collected were from two instruments developed by the investigator: (1) the Demographic Questionnaire and (2) the Articulation Inventory Index. Analyses of Variance and F tests set at the .05 level of confidence were used to test the significance of findings.

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Language: English
Date: 1978
Business students $z North Carolina
Transfer students $z North Carolina
Students, Transfer of $z North Carolina

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