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The University of Massachusetts at Amherst is announcing a plan under which some students will receive counseling on how to finish degrees in three years, The Boston Globe reported. This year, the program will be offered for freshmen majoring in economics, music, and sociology. Eventually the choice will be available to those in about one-third of the 88 majors.