As upskilling and reskilling opportunities increase in urgency among employers, AllCampus’ expanded certificate offerings and partnerships aim to help close the skills gap.
Chicago (July 19, 2022) — AllCampus, a leading online program management services provider that partners with premier institutions to make higher education more affordable, accessible and equitable, today announced several new programs and partnerships as the company continues to expand its upskilling and certificate offerings. Combined, AllCampus signed more than 15 new programs to-date in 2022, forging new partnerships with top universities while also expanding existing ones.
“It’s exciting to see the depth and breadth of the new programs that AllCampus continues to add to its roster,” said Joe Diamond, CEO of AllCampus. “With the current skills gap in the U.S. impacting nearly every industry, business and employee, certificate and upskilling programs are an accessible and effective way to develop and hone new skills. I’m looking forward to seeing all of the employees and employers we’ll be able to help by introducing these new programs with our impressive university partners.”
During the first quarter of 2022, AllCampus signed several partnerships to launch and manage the following programs:
- DePaul University Driehaus School of Business: AllCampus will expand its existing partnership with DePaul University to include additional online executive education programs from the Driehaus College of Business, including certificates in business analytics, entrepreneurship, healthcare management, financial technology and organizational leadership.
- Eller Executive Education: AllCampus will partner with Eller Executive Education (an affiliate of the University of Arizona’s Eller College of Management) for marketing, recruitment, student services and course design services for its new online non-credit certificate programs in digital marketing, leadership and management as well as business analytics.
- Northeastern University, Bouvé College of Health Sciences: AllCampus has expanded its partnership with Northeastern University Bouve College of Health Sciences to provide course design of its online Master of Science in Exercise Science, with two concentrations in applied/clinical exercise physiology and physical activity and public health, marking an expansion in AllCampus’ partnership with Northeastern University.
- UC Davis, Graduate School of Management: AllCampus and UC Davis’ partnership will focus on an online Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certificate.
- UCLA Samueli School of Engineering: UCLA will expand its collaboration with AllCampus, adding two of the engineering school’s existing online master’s programs in engineering management and data science, respectively, to the currently serviced Master of Healthcare Administration program from the Fielding School of Public Health.
- University of Florida: The University of Florida will add an non-credit online sport management certificate to its partnership with AllCampus.
- University of Tennessee, Knoxville: AllCampus will handle course design for a new online paralegal certificate offered through the University’s Center for Professional Education & Lifelong Learning.
- University of Virginia Darden School Foundation: AllCampus will partner with Darden Executive Education and Lifelong Learning on two new online, non-credit certificate programs – one in business management, and another in supply chain management.
These new program announcements come shortly after AllCampus’ recent expansion of its corporate partnerships network, including programs with The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services and NYC Health + Hospitals. Through this expansion and these new partnerships, AllCampus will offer degree and certificate programs from more than 25 highly ranked institutions — including over 10 top 50 schools — to 145,000+ employees nationwide.
AllCampus also continues to expand its executive team with several recent hires, including Jeremy Walsh as EVP of corporate partnerships and Jim Lummus who will serve as SVP of partnership development. The company also introduced its Advisory Council, which is composed of six online learning pioneers that advise current and prospective AllCampus university partners on the development and design of their online graduate degree and certificate programs.
“In addition to partnering with so many esteemed universities in recent months to launch and manage new degree and certificate programs, we’ve also been able to bring in a lot of new talented team members to the company,” said Diamond. “It’s been very rewarding to see our employees’ hard work lead to successful new and existing partnerships and offerings to help drive forward our mission of increasing access to and lowering the cost of education.”
To learn more about AllCampus, its services and university partners, please visit: www.allcampus.com.
With a mission to make higher education more accessible, affordable and equitable for all students, AllCampus partners with leading universities to provide online degree and certificate programs that meet the evolving needs of employees, corporations and the job market. By providing tailored solutions that solve universities’ true pain points — marketing, student recruitment and retention, program viability research, student support services and instructional design — AllCampus helps its partners optimize student outcomes and return on investment. The AllCampus corporate partner network comprises over 4,000 companies and reaches more than 20 million working professionals with online degree and upskilling certificate programs from AllCampus’s partner institutions. To learn more, follow AllCampus on LinkedIn or visit allcampus.com.