MSUM cutting classes to increase efficiency
(Mankato, MN)--One Minnesota school is cutting classes. Minnesota State University-Mankato plans to eliminate hundreds of courses from its curriculum. Officials say 218 courses will be canceled by the school at the end of this semester. The classes reportedly have low enrollment. They say that eliminating the classes won't keep students from getting their degrees. Officials hope the move will increase efficiency and allow the university to be more strategic in its planning for future semesters.