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How Long Does it Take to Earn a Four-Year Degree? For a Majority, Five Years

Judith Scott-Clayton, on the New York Times "Economix" blog, writes that even for students who attend college full-time, 45 percent take at least an extra year to complete a four-year degree.
Judith Scott-Clayton, on the New York Times "Economix" blog, writes that even for students who attend college full-time, 45 percent take at least an extra year to complete a four-year degree.

Link: The Rise of the Five-Year Four-Year Degree

Published Tuesday, May. 24, 2011

How Long Does it Take to Earn a Four-Year Degree? For a Majority, Five Years

Judith Scott-Clayton, on the New York Times "Economix" blog, writes that even for students who attend college full-time, 45 percent take at least an extra year to complete a four-year degree.

Link: The Rise of the Five-Year Four-Year Degree
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