Join EAB’s annual fall roundtable for professional, continuing, and online (PCO) education leaders in Washington, D.C where you’ll have the opportunity to engage in highly interactive, executive-level conversations about the most pressing challenges facing higher education today.
In 2022, leaders of professional, continuing, adult, and online education are facing many of the same challenges as they were five years ago, but with the temperature turned all the way up. As Gen Z becomes part of the adult learner audience, institutions need to understand widespread behavioral shifts to better reach and appeal to today’s audience.
Academic leaders recognize the need for nursing education but encounter three challenges. EAB dug into labor market data, reviewed the literature, and talked with successful programs to identify how schools can launch and expand nursing programs.
Financial technology, or fintech, is disrupting and democratizing the financial industry. This study explores fintech roles, skills, and opportunities for higher education institutions to align programs to fintech market demand.
We’ve taken a critical look at the MBA programs succeeding in today’s difficult market to identify the most important program design decisions. From your admission requirements to program curriculum, learn how you can optimize your MBA’s alignment to students’ needs as well as position the program to compete against both other MBAs and emerging alternatives.
It’s no secret that lead generation for graduate and adult programs can be challenging. Common points of frustration for enrollment leaders include high cost per lead and lower-than-desired conversion rates.
While many university leaders express interest in launching cybersecurity master’s degrees, increasing competition and market concentration threaten all new programs’ ability to capture student attention.
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