Think back to when you were in college. Don't you wish you would have been able to graduate in three years rather than four? Well, now that's an option for new college students.

Purdue University has introduced a degree that students can earn in three years instead of four. Think about this, it's a brilliant idea because tuition has continued to rise and student loan debt has been burying recent graduates.

Purdue has college students working through the summer in their communications school, which is how everything gets squeezed into three years. That's a 25% savings!

Students who opt for this route end up with a real degree in general communication, public relations, mass communication, corporate communication, or human relations and then can get on with their lives.