My cc is taking a new look at guidelines for "advisory boards" for various "occupational" degree programs. (A quick definition: an "occupational" degree refers to one designed primarily to make students employable in a given field upon graduation. Its counterpart is the "transfer" degree, which is intended to be the first half of a bachelor's degree. Transfer degrees typically include much more "gen ed," and their intended audience is four-year colleges and universities, rather than employers.)
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