About Our Past Event
Stackable certificates, microcredentials, and MOOCs 2.0—among a plethora of alternative offerings—are evolving quickly, engaging a growing share of post-baccalaureate learners. Continuing education leaders are concerned that traditional approaches to alternative degrees are being disrupted, potentially replaced altogether. But college and university leaders are also looking to the market for revenue growth and diversification.
In fact, a recent survey of adult and grad leaders showed over 70% believe alternative credentials will help them meet their revenue goals. To maximize the market opportunity and minimize the disruption presented by alternative credentials, institutions will need to rethink both their investments in and approaches to post-baccalaureate programs.
This roundtable series will help you understand the complicated alternative credential landscape and identify areas of opportunity for your institution.
Registration for these sessions are limited to two attendees per institution.
Unpacking the Alternative Credential Market Opportunity and Business Model
The alternative credential landscape continues to grow more complex and more competitive, and higher education leaders need to keep up. This session will help leaders understand the alternative credential market, including market intel on competitive dynamics, learner profiles, and monetization potential as well as the best-bet institutional opportunities for alternative credentials.
- Monday, June 5, 2023 | 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Eastern Time
Capitalize on Alternative Credential Opportunities
Amid the alternative credential hype, institutions are eager to understand where there are–and aren’t– opportunities to succeed in the market. This session will help leaders uncover their own alternative credential opportunities by providing insights into mass credential platforms and MOOC programs as well as evolutions in degree programs to bolster competitiveness.
- Wednesday, June 14, 2023 | 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Eastern Time
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