A Survey of Qualifications and Job Activities of Employees Responsible for Space Analysis in Public Four Year Institutions of Higher Education
Date of Degree Completion
Master of Education (MEd)
Ronald M. Frye
Second Committee Member
Owen J. Shadle
Third Committee Member
John L. Purcell
This paper presents the results of a national survey of 342 four year public institutions of higher education. The survey was conducted by questionnaire. Its purpose was to determine the administrative level, educational background, and major job responsibilities of persons performing analysis of physical facility needs in colleges and universities. The survey revealed that 115 (46. 18 percent) of 249 responding institutions had such an employee. The most frequently reported job title was Campus Planner, and Bachelor's degrees in Business Administration and Education were the most common undergraduate majors. The major job tasks reported were long-range space projection, facilities inventory, space utilization studies, and miscellaneous planning and research activities.
Skeen, Duane Marvin, "A Survey of Qualifications and Job Activities of Employees Responsible for Space Analysis in Public Four Year Institutions of Higher Education" (1971). All Master's Theses. 1693.
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