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From Our Blog
New Professional Skills Job Seekers Need Now
Recently, LinkedIn Learning analyzed which of its online courses are in high demand by professionals trying to keep pace with the ever-changing future of work in a post-COVID era. According to the findings from LinkedIn Learning’s Head of Global Content Strategy, the data sheds light on what’s top of mind when it comes to entering a new era of work: CONNECTION AND COMMUNITY ARE VITAL TO OUR HAPPINESS AND WELL-BEING Since COVID, LinkedIn has seen a 1,100% increase in peo ...
Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing
UMass Boston's Accelerated Bachelor's of Science in Nursing (ABS-N) program is designed for people with a bachelor’s degree in another field who want to become a nurse. The online ABS-N program allows you to become a baccalaureate-prepared registered nurse in 12 months.
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UMass Online and Mass General Brigham form an alliance to help transform higher education for healthcare professionals
Partnership creates customized curriculum to address skills gaps to advance education for employees of Massachusetts' largest employer Boston, MA – Today, the University of Massachusetts announced a strategic alliance between UMass Online and Mass General Brigham (formerly Partners HealthCare) to develop a certificate and degree completion pathway for healthcare professionals in support of the economic recovery in a critical area of need within the state. "Simply put, there i ...
Students Are Saying
Jill Abrahams, UMass Dartmouth 2019 Online MBA Graduate
"Part of being a leader in philanthropy is understanding how you deliver the value proposition. Earning my MBA at UMass Dartmouth taught me how important critical data is to asking a donor to make a contribution. Data helps the donor understand the impact of their gift."