2020 Professional & Adult Education Forum Executive Roundtables

Image for 2020 Professional & Adult Education Forum Executive Roundtables article

2020 Professional & Adult Education Forum Executive Roundtables

If you're interested in this meeting, please contact events@eab.com.

About Our Past Events

The 2020 Professional & Adult Education Forum meeting series focuses on top issues facing continuing, professional, and adult education units. Attendees will join fellow forum partners for thought-provoking research, best practices, engaging breakout discussions, and more.

More institutions than ever hope to grow graduate degree and certificate enrollments, diversify revenues, bolster declining undergraduate enrollment, lead economic development, or serve working adults. Our latest signature research explores four trends making these markets more competitive than it was five years ago and shaping the future of adult and graduate education:

  • A national slowdown of the master’s degree market
  • The threat of national online competition becoming impossible to ignore
  • Winner-take-all markets emerging in popular fields
  • The post-baccalaureate certificate market is smaller and more competitive than anticipated

Agenda

10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
The New Blueprint for Growth
Building a Graduate and Adult Education Portfolio Amid Economic Uncertainty

12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Lunch
Optional Breakout Discussion Groups

1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Building a Market-Responsive Program Portfolio
Interactive Discussion

2:30 p.m
Adjournment

Event Material

“Attending an Executive Roundtable is a great way to affirm and challenge what we’re doing on campus. It also pushes us to think about the cutting edge of our work.”

Professional & Adult Education Forum partner

EAB asks you to accept cookies for authorization purposes, as well as to track usage data and for marketing purposes. To get more information about these cookies and the processing of your personal information, please see our Privacy Policy. Do you accept these cookies and the processing of your personal information involved?