Document Type

Conference Paper

Publication Date


Publication Title

1996 ASEE Annual Conference Proceedings


1.304.1 - 1.304.10

Conference Name

1996 ASEE Annual Conference, Washington, District of Columbia


The long-term career patterns of Old Dominion University's engineering technology baccalaureate graduates have been studied extensively. Results from approximately 400 alumni have been analyzed. The results of the analysis are presented and conclusions are drawn from the trends. The results indicate that the career progress of engineering technology graduates over a nearly twenty-year period is substantial and that they are performing effectively in a variety of career patterns.


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Original Publication Citation

Stanley, W. D., & Verma, A. K. (1996). Long-term performance of Old Dominion University engineering technology graduates. Paper presented at the 1996 ASEE Annual Conference, Washington, District of Columbia.