The decision to shift from a quarter system to a semester system had been taken eighteen months earlier, but it had taken most of that time for the seminary faculty to negotiate a new, semester based curriculum. It had not been easy. It seemed everyone viewed the exercise as a concerted effort to diminish his or her discipline’s claim on students, while a few lobbied for fewer requirements and greater opportunity for student discretion in individualizing curricula.
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