A Michigan University Drops Math Requirement For Graduation
If you're looking for a college to go to in Michigan and you're not really a fan of math, then you may want pick Wayne State University. According to the Detroit Free Press, officials at the university recently announced that they are dropping math as a general ed requirement. In the past, students at Wayne State had to take one of three different math classes before they could earn their degree. That has now changed and now, depending on their major, students at Wayne State may be able to get through college without taking math.
According to university officials, the decision is being left to the individual departments to decide whether math will be a required part of a degree's curriculum. You can read more about the changes by clicking here.
If only Western Michigan had decided to do this back in the early '90s....my GPA could've been a lot higher... :)