Brilliant Idea - Seperate Universities Into 2 Categories
Universities have been so bastardized in modern times that classical education has been blended and bastardized with pre professional programs. There are completely irrelevant degrees that matches with careers like Business Adminstraton -> Finance or degrees that leads to no real career like English Literature or Philosophy.
Thus, universities should be categorized and segregated into two distinct categories:
Holy Bastions of Truth and Wisdom
Schools like Oxbridge/Yale/LACs would fall under here, offering degrees in Classics, Latin, Philosophy, Theology, Greek and all the fun stuff. They won't offer engineering degrees, computer science or any of the "messy" degrees that are only for careers and not for furthering ones intellectual curiosity. Some degrees such as Mathematics and Chemistry fall in between both categories.
Pre Professional/Technical Institutions
Schools such as MIT, Virginia Tech, Stanford, Wharton and Imperial would fall under here. They would only offer engineering and other very "pre professional" degrees. More specialized degrees such as "Bachelor of Mergers and Acquisitions", "Bachelor of Leveraged Buyouts", "Bachelor of Nautical Engineering and Geology", "Bachelor of Restructuring", "Bachelor of Management Consulting" and "Bachelor of Equity Capital Markets" could be created for all the "gold diggers" hoping for a job at FAANG or.
Another benefit is that there wouldn't be any poor money grubbing and scheming minorities in the holy bastions, leaving them clean and pristine for WASPs such as myself to fraternize, wine, and dine in.