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June 2
1 p.m. CT


Description: Learners are increasingly seeking faster alternatives to traditional degrees and are turning to non-traditional programs, which are well-positioned in the market to provide localized upskilling, for opportunities to expand their skill-set through degree, certificate, and credential programs.

Join Kim McNutt, Dean of Extended Education, CSU Dominguez Hills, and Chris Hanson, VP, University Partnerships, Everspring, for a discussion on how short courses can address the evolving needs of your community.

During this webinar, we will discuss:

  • How to identify a portfolio of programs that will help enhance your reputation and meet the needs of your community
  • How to engage new student audiences through short courses, certificate and credential programs.
  • How to think through a positive student experience that leads them to recommend the program, from registration to course completion, to make the process seamless for students—and ensure retention through to program completion


Chris Hansen, D.B.A., Vice President University Partnerships. Chris has over 25 years of education and technology industry experience, with the past decade focused on developing higher education partnerships that help senior administration and faculty bring their education offerings to life online with high-quality program origination and growth support. Chris holds both an MBA and a Doctorate in Business Administration from DePaul University, and has a unique understanding of the needs of online business education.












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