AllCampus Announces 25 New or Expanded Programs in First Half of 2023

On the heels of the launch of its Workplace Platform, AllCampus renews and expands partnerships with several top universities and will launch key new programs

AllCampusChicago (September 20, 2023) –– AllCampus, a leading higher education services provider partnering with top-ranked institutions to make higher education more affordable, accessible and equitable, today announced several new and renewed partnerships, along with many expanded programs during the first half of 2023. Combined, AllCampus signed, renewed or expanded 25 programs to-date this year, forging new partnerships with top universities while also maintaining and expanding existing ones.

“The quality of our university partners and the sophistication of our programs is really impressive,” said Jim Lummus, SVP of Partnership Development at AllCampus. “Over the past year and in these past six months in particular, it’s been rewarding to partner with so many respected and leading institutions to launch new programs, expand current ones and continue long-standing relationships. Through these collaborations, we’re further driving forward our mission of making higher education more affordable, accessible and equitable for all students.”

During the first half of 2023, AllCampus announced a new partnership with Tulane University’s A. B. Freeman School of Business to launch a new Online Master of Business Administration (MBA) program. Additional new partnerships that AllCampus signed during the first half of this year include:

  • Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey: AllCampus will help launch and manage two programs in the university’s engineering school –– Master of Engineering in Industrial and Systems Engineering and Master of Engineering in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.
  • SMU (Southern Methodist University): AllCampus will help launch and manage four online master’s degree programs in legal studies, public administration, public policy and health administration.
  • Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University: AllCampus will partner with the Cardozo School of Law on two new online graduate legal programs –– a Master of Legal Studies (MLS) and a Master of Laws (LLM).

In addition to new partnership and program launches, AllCampus also renewed and expanded its partnerships with the following higher education institutions in the first half of 2023:

  • Adelphi University: AllCampus renewed several partnerships with Adelphi University earlier this year, including online Master of Arts in Art Education and Educational Technology programs, online Master of Social Work, and Advanced Standing online Master of Social Work.
  • Middle Tennessee State University: After a successful launch of its multi-modality MBA program – which includes on-campus, hybrid and fully remote offerings – MTSU renewed and expanded its partnership with AllCampus to include additional business programs –– a Master of Accountancy and Master of Science in Finance.
  • Teacher’s College at Columbia University: AllCampus renewed its partnership with Teacher’s College on its hybrid summer Master of Arts in Music and Music Education program, and will continue to help manage the hybrid program moving forward.

These new, expanded and renewed programs come on the heels of the launch of the AllCampus Workplace Platform, which offers employees affordable access to a wide range of educational opportunities, including certificates, associate, bachelor’s and master’s degree programs from top universities nationwide, and aims to streamline the program selection process and help students navigate tuition reimbursement by providing personalized guidance and comprehensive support.

“In addition to partnering with so many of the top schools in the country in recent months to launch and expand degree and certification programs, the launch of the AllCampus Workplace Platform earlier this year will help working professionals expand their skill sets and further their learning,” said Joe Diamond, CEO of AllCampus. “There’s a critical need for businesses to fill growing skills gaps, and we’re looking forward to continuing to work side-by-side with companies and universities to help close those gaps in a way that’s more affordable and accessible to students than ever before.”

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