Seven Habits of Highly Effective For-Profit Colleges
Thursday, February 17, 2011
Published: University Business
Traditional colleges’ timeless liberal arts courses do an excellent job teaching important critical thinking skills. These classes need to stay intact. The structure should be modified, however, to quickly adapt the rest of the courses—those designed to provide practical knowledge. Preparing students for degrees in medicine, education, engineering, design, business, media, and more means teaching them how to use current technologies.