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An Evaluation of the Business Administration Curriculum at Panola County Junior College

An Evaluation of the Business Administration Curriculum at Panola County Junior College

Date: August 1953
Creator: Conlee, Elaine
Description: The primary purpose of this study is to evaluate the business administration curriculum at Panola County Junior College, located at Carthage, Texas, to see how well it fits the needs of both the students and the businessmen in Panola County and the surrounding territory from which the college draws its students.
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Procedures and Methods Used by Dallas - Fort Worth Food Brokers in Securing New Accounts

Procedures and Methods Used by Dallas - Fort Worth Food Brokers in Securing New Accounts

Date: August 1952
Creator: Fouts, Theron Judson
Description: The chief problem of this study was to analyze the methods used by food brokers in the Dallas - Fort Worth area and to determine the general policies which were followed by those brokers in the selection and procurement of those accounts which later proved successful.
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A Study of the Gainsville Junior College as it Compares with the Other Municipal Junior Colleges of Texas

A Study of the Gainsville Junior College as it Compares with the Other Municipal Junior Colleges of Texas

Date: 1950
Creator: Lucas, Lois Greer
Description: The problem undertaken in this study is a comparison of the Gainesville Junior College with the other municipal junior colleges of Texas. There are many ways in which this comparison could be made, but to attack the problem from every angle would involve too many problems. Therefore, only the instructional staff, the curriculum, the plant facilities, the extracurricular activities, and the costs to students in these junior colleges will be considered.
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