Yearn, Learn, Earn, Return: A Systems Analysis of the Impact of a Degree Completion Program for Working Adults
This qualitative study mines the narratives of students from a rural state regarding the impact of having access to a degree completion program while working full-time.
||Rural Environments, Distance Education
International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 10, pp.149-156.
Article: Print (Spiral Bound).
Article: Electronic (PDF File; 832.088KB).
Kit Brooks teaches human resource development courses at the graduate and undergraduate. She consults actively with business and industry. Her research interests include resilience and organizational change, and leadership.
I have been with the Department of Rehabilitation, Human Resources, and Communication Disorders since August of 2003, initially as a student, and following graduation I was hired by the department and am now a member of the RHRC Student Center staff. I hold an Ed.D. degree in Adult Education, an M.S. degree in Counseling Psychology, a B.A. degree in Psychology, and an A.A. degree in Journalism. Currently, I am the Coordinator of Graduate Student Recruitment and Relations. I design and implement programs to attract students to our program and to then to retain them. I also teach in our B.S.E. degree program in Human Resource Development.
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