Beyond the WUaS first year required courses of
'Biology with a programming aspect' &
what will an online Pre-Med course look like,
drawing on MIT OCW courses -
looking for overachieving students
(those students who might otherwise go to Harvard, Yale, Princeton, MIT, Stanford, Cambridge, et al.)
(18 year olds, first class beginning in 2014)
for this 'liberal arts' Reed/MIT on the Web
... 'edit this page' :)
Having engaged MIT OCW High School richly will be important for prospective students ...
WUaS Colleges and Medical Schools will be in many languages and countries, all online ...
World University & School, too, seeks for its undergraduates, especially,
'excellence in teaching, critical thinking, mutual support and friendship among faculty and students'
('To Squier the Circle,' Reed magazine, June 2011:15 -
Les Squier was a favorite professor of mine, and these were his goals),
but now in the brand new mileu of information technologies,
and potentially from students' homes,
found the article online - I think that's me to the left of Les, circa 1980 ... :)
Bill Gates on 'Why MIT matters' - http://www.boston.com/news/education/higher/specials/mit150/Gates/ - will look to add to WUaS's Education subject page ...
(http://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2011/05/pirin-bulgaria-what-will-online-pre-med.html - May 27, 2011)