Every year, Gray features five new and emerging academic programs with high potential in our 5 Emerging Programs webinar. Get ready for our upcoming webinar with the following blog and find out why your institution should start the new year by thinking outside of the box and considering all of the possibilities!
5 Emerging Programs for 2023
Join the Gray team on Thursday, January 12, 2023, at 2:00 pm ET for our 4th Annual Five Emerging Programs to Watch Webinar.
Evaluating the potential of emerging programs is both an art and a science. Gray Associates has combed through multiple authoritative sources to find the emerging academic programs that have the most potential. This webinar series breaks down programs that should be on your radar for 2023 and then guides you through evaluating each one.
What programs will make the list this year? Join us on January 12th to hear Gray’s thoughts on Five Emerging Academic Programs. The webinar will help you answer four critical questions:
- What five substantial new program opportunities will emerge in the next decade?
- What are the pros and cons of launching an emerging program?
- How should you evaluate them?
- Are they appropriate for your college or university?
If you cannot attend but are interested in this subject, please register so we can send you a link to the recording and a copy of the slides.
Please register using the form on the right. >>>
Our Previous Predictions and Insights
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