Industrial Engineering: should it be illegal to have 50 course while Industry is OUTSOURCING almost all of those jobs?
Why should students be forced (even volunteers) to listen to illegal aliens bloviate
and "bar their access to degree", suggesting every contrivance and (contraption of tripping up student success - i could name a few complications that are practically taught to be more complicated than they actually are)
25-50 course of totally contrived "ways to test processes for success" ??? WHAT PROCESSES. THEY ARE ALL IN CHINA.
I'm thinking USA's schools are way out of order, way out of line: and often a little behind in core curriculum themselves (the real make or break science they are often not requiring since ... they might not know it).
It should be illegal for a school to have 30 or 50 courses on "testing designs" when practically NONE of the things discusses (minus Intel of California) are made in this country especially not in the area where taught.
Automotive is a great example. None of it is made in USA. Only assembled here, only grunt WORK AVAILABLE.
If there's no Trillion Heir willing to invest in USA factories - why the HELL are you going to take out LOANS for 40 college classes to LEARN ONLY A FEW ASPECTS FACTORY MANAGEMENT (not the engineering, not the advertising, really very little of the whole thing: yet 40 contrived classes).
It's just astounding to me how ... intellectually DIS-HONEST it all is.
(you know, if Texas has a class on power chips in the town those chips are made in - that's a little different)