University Assembly Recommends ‘Comprehensive Review’ of All Majors to Certify Potential STEM Programs

Published: 04/16/2018


The University Assembly passed a resolution on April 10 requesting all 12 colleges to review their academic departments to identify majors that might qualify for STEM certification — a certification that would grant international students two additional years of work authorization in the United States.

The U.A. resolution specifically named applied economics and management, communication, archaeology and classics as possible majors eligible for STEM certification “without any change to their curriculum,” but asked the administrators to consider all majors for recertification.

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