New Degrees Challenge ‘Time Served’ Model

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(From TheAmericanInterest.com):

By Walter Russell Mead & Staff

The University of Michigan is now on course to become one of the first public higher education institutions to offer a degree that can be achieved not through credit hours but on demonstrated proficiency in the subjects studied. According to Inside Higher Ed, Michigan’s regional accreditor has just approved a competency-based Master’s of Health Professions Education. The program is designed to give health professionals training in “carry[ing] out the full range of responsibilities of a scholarly educator-leader.” CONTINUE READING HERE

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