Taking a look at low producing programs

In Tennessee.  The Tennessean seems to suggest that this is something new, but we have always paid attention to the performance of our programs.  Two  programs at ETSU are running out of time...

College majors get close look from THEC
The Tennessee Higher Education Commission is looking closely at 34 college degree programs in the state that are not meeting their own performance benchmarks for graduates. 
The programs at state-funded colleges are among 52 that were approved in the past five years that are monitored by the commission for graduation and enrollment goals. 
“The vast majority of new programs are not meeting their benchmarks,” Mike Krause, an assistant executive director at the commission, said during the commission’s quarterly meeting.


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