UH main campus has been trying to get the online MBA program for several years as it is a "cash cow." Guess who's going to end up with it now? Say bye, bye, UHV. You're going to be left with about 700 students. Time to cut faculty and staff.
Zero ... It is a very close race.
The previous editorial of 11/19/11 (City Should Turn Focus on Preparing for Future) is pretty un-informative also. It may even beat this editorial on the 'Rah-Rah' scale.
Board Of Regents - CAPS OFF?
We think the university system should provide for the future needs of UH students, and that would come in the form of more offerings. -- BURNT OFFERINGS? (Check records; could be most use of the word offerings in an editorial.) Victoria: Needz moar offeringz.
The new offerings are based on community investments -- makes sense; no need to flesh this out.
These offerings will be under the auspices of the University of Houston -- if you say so.
Victoria's Roger Welder, who is a regent, agreed that the move was to meet the demand for -- let me guess, more offerings?
What happens in Sugar Land is best decided in Houston -- Best new marketing slogan EVAH! Go Victoria! Rah!
We think as UH grows, so will UHV -- Rah! Sarcasm fails at this point to express how vapid this is. Never has the VA failed to inform so many, so badly, with so many uses of the word "offerings." Maybe UHV can focus on journalism?