Continuing education evaluation in six program areas: Muskegon Community College (1989)
This study was designed as descriptive research to assess six continuing education programs at Muskegon (Michigan) Community College (MMC) in 1989. The six program subjects were: The Leadership Academy, Programs for Senior Citizens, Programs for Women, Programs for Minorities, Customized Programs for Business and Industry and Programs for Families.
Three methods of inquiry were used for this research: live focus groups, telephone surveys and a written survey. The research questions yielded the following:
1. The best means of advertising was the local newspaper.
2. Ninety-five percent of participants rated quality of presentations ""high.""
3. Ninety-two percent rated convenience of the programs in time and location ""high.""
4. Forty-six percent had taken other MMC programs. Facilities most used were: theatre, planetarium and library.
Powers, T. (1989). Continuing education evaluation in six program areas: Muskegon Community College (1989). Central Michigan University, USA