Flexible course scheduling will only grow in importance

March 14, 2016

Flexible course scheduling is going to become more important as the proportion of students working during their education grows with each passing year, writes Pamela Mills-Senn for University Business. While faculty members have traditionally had a powerful influence over when and how courses are taught, an increasing emphasis on helping students graduate on time is leading universities to become more accommodating to their shifting schedules. For Mills-Senn, the best way to overcome possible resistance to these changes is by “reminding faculty that a flexible schedule will help achieve everyone’s common goal: student success.” University Business