Hi Morgan , thanks for your comment! I suggest the university give incentives to senior students who want to be in charge of teaching . They will earn extra credits which help them to graduate faster and have experience on their resume. Also I think that they should receive mentoring from alumni who used to do the same job they are doing now which will give them a connection to the company/ industry they are interested in. Since this is a big dedication for the entire semester, senior students should be eligible for up to 5 credits. I think the university should collaborate with the companies to figure out whether the company employees can cover the required course concept in class. For example, a manager from Zara will be the best person to teach Retail Operations and a scientist at Burger King would be a perfect fit to teach Food Science. For the first year of teaching they university should help build the curriculum and then in the following year the companies would have a better idea of what to teach in class. The university can check for quality by sending the previous lecturer to sit in class and monitor the teaching and ask students for feedback.