Discover How Course Sharing Can Boost Student and Institutional Success
Acadeum helps institutions apply the right course sharing strategies to meet their goals.
Enroll students in high-demand programs
Competition for in-demand, professional programs is high, and students are looking beyond their Home Institutions to seek them out. Leveraging course sharing can help your institution attract and enroll more students looking for in-demand courses and majors.
Add specialty offerings with stackable credentials and professional certifications
Expand academic programs without significant budget implications while aligning majors to projected job forecasting and regional demands. Leveraging course sharing allows institutions to pilot in-demand courses and majors with minimal investment and resources while strategically collaborating with partner institutions to design unique programs that may require specialized or hard-to-hire faculty.
Create undergraduate to graduate pathways
In a competitive market, more students are looking for quicker and more affordable options to achieve their degrees, and in many fields, a graduate degree may be required to enter the job market. Leveraging course sharing creates access to upper-level courses from like-minded, high-quality institutions and can be easily added to undergraduate majors as pathways into graduate programs.
Academic Leaders’ Guide to Boost Academic Innovation
Learn how course sharing creates significant and measurable impacts:
- Attract new student populations by delivering in-demand courses and programs, conveniently and affordably
- Update or expand existing programs with new content from like-minded partners
- Meet student needs with workforce-aligned courses that offer credit as well as hands-on skills
- Ensure students have the courses they need to maintain velocity to completion
Hear from Institutions Within the Acadeum Network
Discover how institutions within the Acadeum network are using course sharing to boost academic innovation.Watch Video
The opportunity to create new minors and majors while maintaining your mission is critical to any institution’s growth and sustainability. Through Acadeum, we can course and even program share more easily, allowing us to meet the demand for new degrees in much less time and cost.
We put together our version of a computer science major, a program based on feedback from expert faculty and regional employers; 25% of the degree is offered from Saint Leo’s courses.
To scale up, we’ve used course sharing to add a new MBA program and two new majors, cybersecurity and justice administration. And, as students transition into these new programs, course sharing makes it easy to complete necessary prerequisites with flexible options that work with students’ schedules.
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How can course sharing help you achieve your goals?