Drexel Law Offering Students 2-Year, Vacationless Degrees

No, this isn’t some University of Phoenix type pseudodegree. Drexel University’s Earle Macke School of Law is giving students the option to graduate in two years, rather than three. Given rising levels of student debt and law school tuition, this seems like a no-brainer, right? Well, there’s a catch: It won’t actually cost you less. Instead, you’re paying the same price, but forgoing your summer vacation. Sure, you save an extra year of housing costs and get to the job market faster, but the degree may not be all it seems at first glance. [Inquirer]