Liberal education in the Korea Air Force Academy
Nam, Sang Don.
McGonigal, Richard A.
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This study is an attempt to analyze the current educational programs of Korea Air Force Academy in terms of Liberal Education. The following two research questions are addressed: (1) What is the over-all structure of Korea Air Force Academy education and training programs? (2) What are the aspects of the current programs with regard to liberal education? Principal findings with regard to research questions are presented. Specific recommendations are also proposed as suggestions for an over-all organization of the educational program. Theses. (sdw)
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