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Home Study Continuing Education in Electronics Engineering

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The role of a proprietary school like McGraw-Hill will be defined as a purveyor of education in electronics engineering by means of home study. The advantages of home study education with respect to a student having the choice of studying when he wants to, where he wants to, and at what rate will be described. The history of U. S. home study education and its viability when compared in a research sense with traditional residence instruction will be traced. And lastly, the future role of home study in electronics engineering will be predicted. As one futuristic step, a current affiliation between a proprietary school and an accredited university, as a progressive step in providing a path by which a student can earn an associate or baccalaureate degree in electronics, will be described in detail.

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Education, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:16 ,  Issue: 2 )