A cohort consists of a group of students who enter a program of studies together and complete a series of common learning
experiences over a period of time. Designed as a practical guide for faculty, administrators, and students, this book addresses the concerns, issues, and "how to" questions pertaining to cohort-based programs. The authors introduce the concept, develop the cohort program model, and discuss implications for practice and the professions. The book examines this unique program design that respects the self-directed aspect of the adult learner and provides the context in
which social support can nurture learning.