The university will also be cutting theater, nuclear medicine technology, real estate and insurance programs at the undergraduate level, and the marriage and family therapy program at the graduate level.
The school’s administration has led the university to the point at which it is facing an $18.3 million deficit in the upcoming year, yet no administration members appear to be losing their job as a result of this.
Instead, 23 faculty and 14 staff will be laid off. It has not yet been reported if any of these layoffs are of philosophy faculty.
Current majors will be able to finish their programs.
(via John Collins)