More and more of our students earning a coveted degree from one of America’s great universities are doomed to an uncertain future.

The worldwide financial meltdown has, we know, gutted the job market but when the dust settles, surely we face a jobless recovery. 

The problem is more acute, however.

The Chronicle of Higher Education, an academic journal covering post-secondary education in the U.S., recently raised the question whether university majors are “silos” inhibiting learning.

Let’s be honest. More…