Date of Award


Document Type

Master's Project

Degree Name

Master of Science (MS)


STEM Education & Professional Studies


Occupational and Technical Studies

Committee Director

Ritz, John M.


This study sought to identify perceptions of students that have taken a previous ethics course in "values", likewise and investigation of problems encountered prior to the commencement and upon the conclusion of such a course. Research questions central to the study were: 1. What aesthetic worth does such a program serve to occupational-technical students? 2. Does having a technologist as a member of the team of teachers (humanist) relieve non-traditional student anxieties in "Applied Ethics" courses?


A Research Paper submitted to the Faculty of the School of Education Old Dominion University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of MASTER OF SCIENCE IN SECONDARY EDUCATION in Vocation and Technical Education.

No date listed. Assumed date is 1981.

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