A guide for higher education administrators and executives
Credentials used to be simple. Students would enroll in a college or university straight out of high school and then go on to join the workforce once they had completed their degree.
However, non-traditional students bring different expectations to their institution. Instead of merely learning for learning’s sake, non-traditional students seek out credentials in order to increase their employability. Traditional credentials are no longer sufficient for them.
This executive guide will explore six types of credentials in demand with non-traditional students.
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