Baltimore, MD (January 19, 2016) Notre Dame of Maryland University (NDMU), in partnership with The Learning House, Inc. (Learning House), a leading cloud-based technology provider of solutions that enable universities to thrive in today’s dynamic education landscape, will offer several programs in a fully online format, with classes beginning in the fall of 2016. Programs to be offered include Analytics (M.S.), Business, (B.A.) Leadership in Teaching (M.A.), Leadership in Higher Education (Ph.D.), and Risk Management (post-baccalaureate certificate).
This new partnership will meet the needs of an ever-increasing number of adults seeking to attain a postsecondary education online, and on their schedule. By expanding its class offerings, which include online, in-person, and hybrid options, NDMU will be better positioned to meet students’ academic needs and requirements for flexible course delivery and scheduling.
NDMU is a recognized leader in adult education, and was among the first institutions in the state of Maryland to provide part-time undergraduate and graduate-level programs designed specifically for working adults.
“Since our founding more than 120 years ago, Notre Dame has remained committed to its mission of educating leaders to transform the world. ” said Dr. Marylou Yam, NDMU President. “Additional online offerings enable us to further extend our mission well beyond our campus and to meet students where they are – so that we can help take them where they want to go.”
Partnering with more than 75 schools, Learning House works with colleges and universities to create, manage and grow high-quality online degree programs and courses. “Learning House takes pride in partnering with outstanding academic institutions such as Notre Dame of Maryland University,” said Todd Zipper, president and chief executive officer of Learning House. “We know the strong role Notre Dame plays in the regional higher education landscape, and are pleased to collaborate with them to bring high quality, in-demand programs to a wider array of students.”
About Notre Dame of Maryland University
Notre Dame of Maryland University was founded in 1895 and is home to Maryland’s only women’s college. NDMU also offers a wide variety of full- and part-time undergraduate, graduate, doctoral, and certificate programs for women and men. Located on a beautiful, secure, 58-acre wooded campus in a residential neighborhood of Homeland, Baltimor. The University also offers programs for adult students at a number of locations across the state.
About Learning House
The Learning House, Inc. through its proprietary cloud based technology platform helps colleges and universities create, manage and grow high-quality online degree programs and courses. Partnering with more than 75 schools, Learning House enables institutions to efficiently and affordably achieve their online education goals. Services include product development and market research, marketing and lead generation, enrollment management, student retention, curriculum development and management, faculty training and professional development, learning management systems and 24/7 technical support.
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