Comments, observations and thoughts from two left coast bloggers on applied statistics, higher education and epidemiology. Joseph is a new assistant professor. Mark is a marketing statistician and former math teacher.
Sounds reasonable. Graduating in fewer years = a shorter time frame in which to drop out + fewer loans to take out = fewer people having trouble repaying student loans = good thing! (as you pointed out last week)
I would have preferred more focus on things like CLEP and less on AP, but not to the extent I strongly object to Wesleyan's plan. God know universities should be more flexible.