Assessing the Potential to Expand Community College Baccalaureate Programs in Texas
To inform decisions about whether community college baccalaureate degree programs should be expanded in Texas, this report summarizes findings on unmet workforce-development needs in nursing and four applied science occupations: computer and information technology, management of fire sciences, management of production/operations technicians, and health information technology.
Subjects: Education, Health Sciences, History
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