How Micro-Credentials Aid Retention and Advancement Goals
Institutions around the world are starting to add micro-credentials as an alternative to traditional four-year education. Should you?
Micro-credentials are short, competency-based courses that can be offered as standalone credentialing programs or as additions to traditional degrees. Narrowly focused and skills-based, micro-credentials often allow individuals to stand out in an otherwise competitive job market.
Micro-credentials have the potential to provide institutions with several strategic benefits, including the potential to increase retention and advancement goals.
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