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Subject:Re: Re. Correspondence degrees in Techwhirling From:Worthington <debral -at- FALCON -dot- CC -dot- UKANS -dot- EDU> Date:Tue, 3 Oct 1995 18:14:50 -0500
I would also like to see something on this.
Most of the correspondence courses that I've seen offer only the generic
Why not aan advanced degree in Technical Documentation (or even an
undergraduate for those of us with plenty of experience but no "paper" to
hang on the wall)?
If I hear (or see) anything, I'll post it here.
On Tue, 3 Oct 1995, Geoff
> I missed the original message on correspondence
> programs, but I'm interested too. It's paradoxical
> that there appear to be no correspondence degrees
> in Techwhirling, given that few activities could
> be as well suited to correspondence courses as
> I've seen several professor-type sigs for list
> members, so howsabout it guys? <not a flame> Why
> are there no correspondence programs, and what are
> you doing to correct this? I'll volunteer to be a
> guinea pig, particularly if you're considering a
> Master's-level program.