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Colleges take pains to make sure academic programs are up-to-date (access required)

Gone are the days when a college or university can use a course catalog for several years, those in higher education say. “Sometimes they don’t even last for 10 months,” says David Basinger, vice president for academic affairs and chief academic officer at Roberts Wesleyan College. The reason is because as workforce dynamics change, so do college ...

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Gone are the days when a college or university can use a course catalog for several years, those in higher ...