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The Lego of collegium: students as architect of the undergraduate curriculum
The use of electives, tracks, or specialisations has become a staple in many undergraduate programmes. For our own undergraduate studies, the curriculum consisted of a relatively fixed set of courses. This set-up seems logical, after all: Why would we expect students’ assessment of the knowledge or skills required for the discipline to be more advanced…