Archive for the ‘New Programs’ Category

Professional Certificate Programs: Delivering real job impact and critical skills you need to stand out

Today, we are proud to announce the launch of Professional Certificate programs, the latest offering to further our mission to increase access to education that today’s global, connected learner demands. edX

ASU Cronkite School announces new digital audiences minor

The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University will offer a new all-online specialization to create experts in how to find, engage and grow digital audiences. Arizona State University 

Innovations in online education

Over the past five years, enrollment in online classes at UAB has nearly doubled. In fall 2016, 10,301 students enrolled in at least one online class; 4,428 of those students were enrolled only online. The university now offers 11 online bachelor’s degrees, dozens of master’s degrees and seven doctoral and education specialist degrees. The University […]

‘Data Wise’ Course Featured in Resource for Education Leaders

The HarvardX course “Introduction to Data Wise: A Collaborative Process to Improve Learning & Teaching” is featured in Digitally Enabled Learning, a handbook produced by The Hive Knowledge Group that helps leaders in education make the most of digital resources. HarvardX

The Pathway Program: A collaboration between 3 universities to deliver a social work distance education (DL) program to underserved areas of California

The Pathway Program: A collaboration between 3 universities to deliver a social work distance education (DL) program to underserved areas of California This paper describes the development of a partnership between three campuses to develop a  (DL) education program-serving employees of county and tribal Health and Human Service Departments in remote rural areas of California. […]

Texas A&M Law Offers Two Online Graduate Degree Programs

Students of two new distance learning programs at Texas A&M University School of Law might be separated by cities, states or even countries—but they’ll still be bound together in their “cultish” identities as Aggies, said William Byrnes, who created the programs. Texas Lawyer

Penn State opens its first online bachelor’s degree in engineering

The University is accepting applications for the new bachelor’s in software engineering offered through Penn State World Campus The Pennsylvania State University 

MSU offers class on Montana’s changing climate via distance learning

The course will explore three key aspects of Montana’s climate–agriculture, forests and water resources, as well as the Montana Climate Assessment, an effort that is currently underway to describe past and future climate trends that affect different sectors of the state’s economy. Montana State University 

Online course for international humanitarian managers launched

The Open University (OU) is launching a free online course in partnership with the Humanitarian Leadership Academy for international humanitarian managers. The Open University 

WGU’s Bachelor’s Degree in HR Management Aligns with SHRM Guidelines

Online, competency-based program helps prepare students for certification from the Society for Human Resource Management