Northeastern University will today announce an adjustment to its famous co-op program -- in which students mix extended semesters in a work environment along with traditional coursework -- that will allow students to complete the program in four years instead of five, The Boston Globe reported. Students in the four-year program will take some courses online and will have two six-month work experiences instead of three. Northeastern officials cited student demand as the reason for creating the new option.
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