Curriculum change can help students invent future – Virginia Tech Collegiate Times

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Curriculum change can help students invent future
Virginia Tech Collegiate Times
As a field that has come under siege in recent memory, the humanities need this. Thankfully, the English and history departments at Tech have met this challenge.

Gabriel Baker‘s insight:

“Specifically, the additions to the Curriculum for Liberal Education feature a new “computational thinking” requirement for all undergraduate students, as well as more of an interdisciplinary focus between colleges and majors.”

About time.  

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