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Byline: Dariush Shafa
June 26--It's an arrangement that's been on the books for years, but now educators at Kentucky Wesleyan College are seeking to spread the word about a program that can help students not only get two degrees, but also gain critical experience that can lead to good job prospects.
KWC, working in conjunction with the University of Kentucky, allows students to attend both institutions in a 3-2 pattern. Students attend three years at KWC and then attend their last two years at UK. One such student who will be following this pattern is senior Jay Mir, a 26-year-old ex-Marine. "The idea is that Jay gets all his pre-engineering requirements and …