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Microcredentials: Opportunity or Fad?
May 24, 2021
Microcredentials are beginning to dominate discussions about the future of business education. But are they likely to stay?
Alternative Credentials on the Rise
May 13, 2021
A recent poll from the MBA Roundtable shows that a growing number of graduate business schools offer certificates, badges, and microcredentials.
The Stackable Online Course Portfolio
May 11, 2021
Stacey Dorang Peeler
By sharing courses across multiple programs, Penn State Smeal makes it possible for students to easily customize their educational experiences.
Microcredentials: Staying Competitive Among Rising Business Education Disruptors
May 03, 2021
Marco De Novellis
How can business schools compete with the growing number of customizable, flexible, and low-cost learning opportunities offered outside of academia?
Meeting Market Demand for Stackable Credentials
December 08, 2020
The Smeal College of Business has added greater flexibility to its resident and executive MBA programs, allowing students to earn multiple credentials more quickly and efficiently.
The Elusive Link Between Technology and Strategy
November 16, 2020
Business students must understand that technology should support organizational objectives to create value, not merely align with strategy to cut costs.
Online Learning for a New Higher Education
August 11, 2020
The more we can apply lessons from pandemic-era teaching to the programs we develop now, the better we can innovate for tomorrow’s online education.