The purpose of this study was to determine for which of the following primary reasons students in the public junior colleges of the State of California enrolled in classes in beginning drawing in the second semester of the 1960-1961 academic year. Student motivation was assumed to encompass these incentives:
1. To complete high school graduate requirements.
2. To remove college or university entrance deficiencies.
3. To satisfy requirements for the Associate in Arts degree.
4. To develop creative ability related to a proposed occupational objective.
5. To extend ability already developed in this craft.
6. to gain skill in means of expression for uses as a recreation.
7. Other reasons.
Level of Degree
UNM Department of Art and Art History
First Committee Member (Chair)
Alexander S. Masley
Second Committee Member
Third Committee Member
Patrick Daniel Lynch
Art Education, Community College Art Education, Drawing Classes, California Public Community Colleges
Lewis, Patricia Tandrow. "A Study of Motivational Incentive for Enrollment in Beginning Drawing Classes in Public Junior Colleges of California in the 1960-1961 Academic Year." (1962). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/arth_etds/55