We all probably agree that the future of a university rests on how well it meets the needs of both its students and the society in which it exists. As society and the needs and interests of students change, so must the programs of a university or department be revised. Many institutions have been remiss and have neither identified changes as they occur nor reacted positively to the ones they perceive. As a result, curricula may be outdated, and course content and instructional methods can be based more on tradition than on a realistic appraisal of students' needs, their learning styles, and use of the best resources.



future, updating curricula

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