Posted March 24, 2019 09:58:19 In a new video released today, Princeton University says it’s expanding the amount of time students can take courses that are eligible for academic upgrade.
The video shows a class that has been on the academic track for years and is now eligible for the upgrade, which includes courses from the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, the Department.
In addition, the video shows the course from the department’s Graduate Studies Program in Political Science that has just been transferred from the College of Arts and Sciences.
Princeton University released the video on March 24 to highlight the importance of courses in higher education to students who want to have an impact on society.
“We are thrilled that the College has made this important step toward increasing the number of students who can pursue our core values of excellence, justice, and inclusion,” said David T. Smith, dean of the College.
The College of Liberal Arts and Science has been ranked the top private university in the nation for five years in a row by Princeton Review, a research publication.
In 2017, the College became the first college to have a president and board of trustees appointed by the president.
Princeter David T Smith is in his fourth year as Princeton’s president.