The axe could fall on several academic programs at Southeast Missouri State University in Cape Girardeau. The University’s Board of Regents has approved a list of about 100 programs it wants to review over the next couple of months. It will take a hard look at 18 of those programs with the fewest students majoring in them. They include geography, sociology, French, and anthropology. University administration is scheduled to draft its recommendations by early November, with the Board set to make its final decision on the programs on November 14th.
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