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Variations in Characteristics and Performance between On-Campus and Video-Based Off-Campus Engineering Graduate Students
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Journal of Continuing Higher Education Volume 36, Number 1,

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The author summarizes three studies comparing attributes of on- and off-campus engineering graduate programs. The studies represent data and experience gained from lecture-based technical graduate programs with highly motivated off-campus students and corporate support. The studies compare student characteristics, graduate performance, and applicability of traditional admissions criteria. (CH)

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Stone, H.R. (1988). Variations in Characteristics and Performance between On-Campus and Video-Based Off-Campus Engineering Graduate Students. Journal of Continuing Higher Education, 36(1), 18-23. Retrieved June 28, 2022 from .

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