Morse, Horace T.; Dressel, Paul L. (eds.)
General Education for Personal Maturity (Brown General Education Series): The Role of Courses in Personal Adjustment, Preparation for Marriage, and Vocational Planning
Hard Cover, Dubuque, Iowa: Wm. C. Brown, 1960. Near Fine with no dust jacket.
Square, tight book with sound binding and hinges, clean and bright pages, no writing or marks. Book displays no sign of reading wear. Blue cloth over boards has minor edge rubbing and exterior is dust-soiled at top. 244 pp. Book examines the role of general education in students' personal growth and development, particularly with regard to preparation for marriage, family, and vocation. Three parts: "Maturity in Personal and Social Adjustment," "Maturity in Preparation for Marriage and Family Living," and "Maturity in the Selection of a Vocation." Case studies of Columbia College, San Francisco State College, Moorhead State College, Boston University College of General Education, University of Minnesota, University of California at Berkeley, Merrill-Palmer School, University of Utah, Contra Costa College, Texas A & M, Fairleigh Dickinson University. Contributing authors: Russell M. Cooper, Ernest I. Stewart, Henry Clay Lindgren, Delsie Holmquist, Ernest B. Walston, Melvene Draheim Hardee, Orrin B. Powell, Wayne J. Anderson, Duncan V. Gillies, Judson T. Landis, John W. Hudson, Rex A. Skidmore, Henry Bowman, George J. Faul, S. Auston Kerley, Ray A. Miller, Vivian H. Hewer, Henry Borow, H. T. Morse. 9.25" (23 cm) tall.