Major changes in an academic program can lead to an increase in the timeline to completion due to the sequential nature of courses. Students typically will have to take a different set of courses that are specific to their new program of study. Many of these courses may have prerequisites, which means that they must be taken in a particular sequence.
Some courses may only be offered during certain semesters or academic years, which can further prolong the timeline to completion. If a student misses a required course due to scheduling conflicts or availability issues, they may have to wait an entire year before they can take the course and continue with their studies.
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