By on Jun 1, 2016 | In school policy
Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) are important to study for supporting the current workforce.
In a way, it is inevitable to enhance the STEM program and cut some of budget for non-STEM subjects.
However, we now really have to think of the meaning of studying and understanding. Universities and the professors are supposed to help students “understand” the subject. This job is not just granting students grades and degrees.
No matter what policy makers say about the distribution of budget, the essence of learning and understanding is common among any subject such as physics, biology, French literature, psychology, music, etc.
Any of the subjects should contain the methods like observation, analysis, quantification, comparison, logic, theorization, classification, application, etc.
Universities and professors have to consider this qualification before judging which subject is more important to invest.
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