Program cut a rash act?

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Program cut a rash act?

Questions still linger about FLC’s decision to ax computer science
Skylar Bolton, 19, a sophomore at Fort Lewis College, listens to professor Evans Adams during a computer software development class. The college has decided to eliminate its computer science major despite the high demand in the labor market for graduates with programming skills.
Fort Lewis College professor Evans Adams leads a computer software development class. Adams, who plans to leave after the current academic year because the computer science major was dropped, said, “Our graduates go to work for IBM and other large companies. IBM came here every year to recruit computer science majors.”
Fort Lewis College professor Evans Adams leads a computer software development class. “We were kind of a natural one to cut because we really weren’t a business major,” Evans said of the school’s decision to eliminate the computer science major.
Fort Lewis College sophomore students William Fischer, left, and Jake Gimbel, both 19, discuss ideas during a computer software development class at FLC.

Program cut a rash act?

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Skylar Bolton, 19, a sophomore at Fort Lewis College, listens to professor Evans Adams during a computer software development class. The college has decided to eliminate its computer science major despite the high demand in the labor market for graduates with programming skills.
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Fort Lewis College professor Evans Adams leads a computer software development class. Adams, who plans to leave after the current academic year because the computer science major was dropped, said, “Our graduates go to work for IBM and other large companies. IBM came here every year to recruit computer science majors.”
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Fort Lewis College professor Evans Adams leads a computer software development class. “We were kind of a natural one to cut because we really weren’t a business major,” Evans said of the school’s decision to eliminate the computer science major.
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Fort Lewis College sophomore students William Fischer, left, and Jake Gimbel, both 19, discuss ideas during a computer software development class at FLC.
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