Washington State University to reduce class offerings

May 21, 2008
School will focus on strengths instead of being "all things to all people"

Washington State University in Pullman will cut the number of courses it offers by 20 percent, eliminate some majors and minors, and redirect resources from those changes toward key areas of strength. A university report spelling out the changes is part of a widespread effort to sharpen the university’s focus on its highest priorities, rather than trying to be all things to all people. The report calls for an audit of all university courses, majors and minors, as well as an overhaul of general education programs..

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