Apprenticeship Technology Programs at Ivy State College: 1997 Progress Report.Report as inadecuate

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In June 1993, the Indiana Commission for Higher Education approved a model for Technical Certificate and Associate of Applied Science Apprenticeship Technology (AT) programs at Ivy Tech State College. By November 1997, 30 AT programs had been authorized at 12 different sites around the state. These programs include nine for bricklayers, five for carpenters, five for electricians, four for millwrights, four for plumbers and pipefitters, and three for sheet metal workers. Over the 4 years, both headcount and full-time equivalent (FTE) enrollments in the AT programs increased steadily, with headcounts increasing from 583 in fiscal year (FY)1994 to 759 in FY 1995 and 1,515 in FY 1996. Similarly, FTE enrollments rose from 251 in FY 1994 to 378 in FY 1995 and 730 in FY 1996. For FY 1997, AT headcount enrollment was estimated at 2,277, and FTE enrollment at 1,071. Sixty-one degrees were conferred through the AT program in FY 1996, compared with 15 estimated for FY 1997. Appendixes present three tables of 1994-97 data on headcount enrollments, FTE enrollments, and degrees conferred by site and program. (BCY)

Descriptors: Apprenticeships, Associate Degrees, Community Colleges, Educational Certificates, Enrollment, Enrollment Trends, Full Time Equivalency, Outcomes of Education, Technical Education, Two Year Colleges

Author: Indiana State Commission for Higher Education, Indianapolis.


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