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ERIC Number: ED067070
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971-Jun
Pages: 16
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Course Projections and Staffing Needs for the New Hiram College Curriculum.
Morgan, George A.
In the fall of 1969, Hiram College launched a new curriculum. All the traditional discipline-oriented graduation requirements were eliminated in favor of several types of interdisciplinary programs and more student electives. The focus of the Hiram curriculum is on the freshman year. As a result of these changes, a task force was appointed to answer 4 questions: how are the new programs going to be staffed; how will they affect departmental offerings and major programs; how will they affect teaching loads; what extra costs will be accrued. (Author/CS)
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Authoring Institution: Hiram Coll., OH.
Note: Paper based on presentation to a Hiram College Conference of faculty and staff, September 18-19, 1968