In a battle for professional relevancy, higher education needs to shift away from a degree-only view to embrace the diversity (and enrollments) that come with offering alternative credentials
Historically, degrees were an institution’s lifeblood and few credentials could compete with this level of service.
But, times are changing.
The workforce is demanding increasingly specialized skills and employers are readily accepting non-traditional credentials as important qualifiers that set workers apart.
Private companies are all too happy to step in and fill the void being left by traditional degree programs.
The key to competing and re-capturing this market share lies in re-thinking credentials.
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