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In the following report,Hanover presents the results of a scan of the literature surrounding program evaluation and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), specifically focusing on business and graduate schools when possible.
The key to having sustainable academic programs is to regularly evaluate your institution’s academic program portfolio against student demand and labor market trends. Colleges and universities facing enrollment challenges may wonder if launching new academic programs will increase revenue. To develop a successful strategy, institutions must understand which programs are on the rise. Here are the top degree programs and occupations capturing student and employer attention in 2023.
Across the past two decades, multi-disciplinary and interdisciplinary education has come to prominence in the United States. However, despite the value to be had for students engaged in interdisciplinary learning, many colleges and universities have struggled to overcome the administrative barriers to delivering instruction outside of established academic fields. In this brief, Hanover Research outlines some of the measures that can be taken to ensure the successful development of interdisciplinary programs.
In the following brief, Hanover provides an analysis of best practices in employee engagement and community building, particularly focusing on virtual and hybrid working environments.
In the following report, Hanover Research provides an overview of annual changes to college and university financial stress levels, following the methodology outlined in The College Stress Test: Tracking Institutional Futures across a Crowded Market.