According to a recent Good article, a growing trend shows that Engineering students, along with Nursing and Business undergraduates, may have to pay more for their tuition than Humanities majors in the future. 143 public colleges and universities already utilize differential tuition with additional costs appearing in many forms, such as charging juniors and seniors more for the smaller class sizes that usually constitute most upper level courses, or, like the University of Maine, simply charging students an extra $75 per engineering course. Supporters argue that majors like Nursing and Engineering net a higher starting salary than English majors, but do you think this is enough justification? Is it unfair for English majors to pay the same for a degree with less job security? How would universities be able to determine the proper differentiation between degrees? Could this change deter some students from pursuing an Engineering degree?