Advancements in our January Program of the Month have recently caused a stir in higher education. It is a young program, but it is quickly growing. In fact, completions have increased 25% annually over the last five years!
The total number of international students enrolled at US institutions has finally rebounded after falling sharply in 2020-21, and if your institution is looking to boost your international enrollment, our December Program of the Month could be for you. According to our data on program pageviews, international student interest for our December Program of the Month was up 21% over the past three months!
The median program size for our November Program of the Month grew 38% year-over-year. Enter the market early by offering this growing program.
The most wonderful time of the year is here – a time for friends, family, and being thankful. This is the perfect opportunity to relax, unwind, and catch up on some good reading. We picked out ten articles on academic program evaluation that you don’t want to miss.
Our October Program of the Month is quickly growing in student demand, yet in 2020, only 85 campuses graduated students from it. Get the data you need to determine this opportunity.
For our September Program of the Month, the average wages for graduates under 30 are about $50,000, but they double for people ages 30 – 60! Could this be a good program for your students?
Labor market data shows plenty of jobs for our August Program of the Month, but less than half of the jobs require a degree. If you are planning to offer this program, make sure you weigh the pros and cons.
Only eight campuses in the country have graduated students from our July Program of the Month. The competition for students is low and there are plenty of job opportunities. Is this the right time to start this program at your institution?
Based on our student demand, employment, competitive intensity, and degree fit metrics, June’s program of the month ranks seventh of all 1,400 IPEDS programs. Do you know what it could be?
Some programs attract students to campuses. Other programs are more often discovered by already-enrolled students, or they serve as parachutes to catch students who leave other programs.