To give credentials value in the workplace, the learning behind them must be sticky, visible, and scalable.
The landscape of higher education is evolving. Increasingly, learners are demanding more flexible options, lower costs, and value in the form of jobs or advancement opportunities. As a result, more micro-credentialing programs are popping up through organizations outside of traditional higher education institutions, as well as from two- and four-year colleges and universities. This has led to a substantial increase in overall competition for students who are interested in those programs.