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Research in Workforce Education typically is offered for academic credit by the Workforce Education & Development academic program at Penn State during Spring Semester.

Note:
The version of Research in Workforce Education designed and offered by David Passmore is available to allow for alternative completion of WF ED 550 outside the standard semester schedule. A student may complete tasks for this course at any time during the year and may receive credit for course completion the next time that WF ED 550 is offered for credit by the Office of the University Registrar. No credit is given for work completed unless the student seeks and receives prior approval for alternative completion of WF ED 550.

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Research in Workforce Education

Brief Description

Penn State Course Prefix & Number

WF ED 550

Description in Penn State Graduate Programs Bulletin

WF ED 550 RESEARCH IN WORKFORCE EDUCATION (3) Research techniques in workforce education. (from Penn State University Bulletin: Graduate Degree Programs).

According to Penn State’s Graduate School,

A 500-level graduate course builds on advanced undergraduate and/or graduate courses, dealing with the frontiers of knowledge in the field. It is grounded in theories, hypotheses, and methodologies as expounded in current and/or primary literature sources. Synthesis of knowledge and independent analytical work by the student must be demonstrated. Significant and regular instructor-initiated interaction between students and the instructor(s) should occur in all 500-level courses, whether delivered in residence or at a distance, including online.

Under revision for Spring Semester 2020.

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