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Cedarville's Three-Year Bachelor's Degrees

Discussion in 'Baptist Colleges & Seminaries' started by Jerome, Feb 14, 2017.

  1. Jerome

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    https://www.cedarville.edu/Offices/.../CU-Announces-Three-Year-Program-Options.aspx
     
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    Looked like 96 hours on the History major.
     
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    I have always said that High School is 1.5 yrs too long and college 1 yr too long
     
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    When I was Dean of a small independent college we went "year 'round" to school. 3 15-week trimesters with breaks of 2-3 weeks between. We also provided work for students to cover bills.

    It was a FOUR YEAR program, but you received both a BA (128 credits) and MA (36 credits) at graduation. This included a final trimester in "internship" in appropriate field (some as student teachers, some as Congressional aides, some in writing/publishing, etc). Gave them a huge leg up on education and experience.
     
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