Acting like a Silicon Valley start-up, NYU-ePoly this year ran ahead of last year’s enrollment by 54%, continuing a rally of annual increases from its start at under 500 in 2006 to over 1500 in 2013. Online graduate revenue rose in parallel, with FY13 reaching $5.7 million, up from $1.6 when the program was first launched eight years ago. Dramatic increases result from introducing a number of new online courses, plus offering multiple sections of high-demand courses.
Vice Dean, Technology-supported Learning at NYU School of Engineering, Robert Ubell (former NYU-Poly’s Enterprise Learning Vice President) has been appointed to New York State’s Board of Regents online learning task force. The new Department of Education unit reviews higher education online program rules, proposing new approval policies more in line with current practice. Ubell also serves on the Board of the Sloan Consortium, the nation’s most prominent digital education professional society.
Learn more about NYU-ePoly Online Graduate Program here.
Booz Allen Hamilton, a leading provider of management and technology consulting services to the US government in defense, intelligence, and civil markets is now an Enterprise Learning Corporate Partner. The company works with NYU-ePoly to provide online learning options and exclusive corporate benefits to qualified personnel worldwide. Booz Allen joins benefits to qualified personnel worldwide. Booz Allen joins AT&T, ConEdison, Goldman Sachs, Northrop Grumman, and other Fortune 500 companies as a corporate partner.
To view more information about our corporate partnerships, please visit: www.poly.edu/enterpriselearning.