"Packaging engineering is an interdisciplinary field which has no formal degree program to support it. While there arc packaging engineers in industry, there are no packaging engineering degrees presently being offered by our nation's colleges and universities. In order to lay a foundation upon which a degree program could be based, this thesis has investigated the needs of packaging engineering education by seeking the input of the packaging industry. This qualitative comparison has been quantified, resulting in a list of prioritized classes and topics upon which a degree program could be based"--Abstract, page ii.
Lorey, G. Edwin
Engineering Management and Systems Engineering
M.S. in Engineering Management
University of Missouri--Rolla
v, 42 pages
© 1988 M. Douglas Sachs, All rights reserved.
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Sachs, M. Douglas, "Packaging engineering education qualitative need assessment" (1988). Masters Theses. 4545.
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