Attrition in Online and Campus Degree Programs

@inproceedings{Patterson2009AttritionIO,
  title={Attrition in Online and Campus Degree Programs},
  author={Belinda Patterson},
  year={2009}
}
The purpose of this study was to examine how the mode of instructional delivery, campus face-to-face or online, affected dropout relative to students’ academic and demographic characteristics. A quantitative study was conducted to analyze the academic and demographic characteristics of newly admitted, matriculated degree-seeking students (N = 640) from Fall 2002 to Fall 2004 in the Master’s of Business Administration and Master’s in Communication Sciences and Disorders at a national research… CONTINUE READING
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