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The Administration is trying to sell us on accelerated programs for accounting and 2 other “college to career” programs. Accelerated means that each college-level class (such as English 101) must be delivered in 8 weeks instead of 16 weeks. A student desiring to get an AA or AS in one of the favored disciplines can complete a degree in half the time with (presumably) the same amount of effort & study as a student working the “traditional” program.
Like summer school? They still have to make the minutes (40 hours worth (or so) for 3 credits) to get the credit from ICCB), so how would that work?
And, is there a huge, unfilled need out there for accountants?
What am I missing?
Whose bright idea was this? Most students can’t make it in 16 weeks.
It is embarassing what is going on at Truman. We have seen the most diverse institution turned into a bunch of cronies who lack the institution knowledge to make any type of decision.