The two MicroMasters tracks announced in early 2017 by Digital Education Incubator (DEI) and the Questrom School of Business are off to a great start, showing stellar enrollment and completion rates. Upon completion of either of these tracks, learners are offered the unique opportunity to apply for a 7-month Masters of Science in Digital Innovation.
It takes collaboration and cooperation on the part of numerous faculty and staff to launch a new program. In celebration of the announcement of Boston University’s first MicroMasters programs, team members from DL&I, edX, and Boston University Questrom School of Business gathered at 141 Bay State Road. Curious? Link to MicroMasters Programs
New credentialing opportunities from Boston University Questrom School of Business Boston University Digital Learning & Innovation and Questrom School of Business announced today two MicroMasters programs which, upon completion, can be applied towards a Master of Science in Digital Innovation (MSDi) degree from Boston University Questrom School of Business. Both programs will be offered through
Today BU announced two new edX programs as part of the global MicroMaster’s initiative. A joint effort between DL&I and Boston University Questrom School of Business, the two new programs can be taken forfree on the edX platform, or used as a pathway to become a BU graduate student with fewer course requirements to complete
Today edX announced that it is partnering with 14 universities to bring 19 MicroMasters programs to learners across the globe. A MicroMasters program enables online learners to take a quarter or a semester’s worth of courses online. Learners who successfully earn a MicroMasters credential may then apply to on campus program that recognizes the MicroMasters