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Fordham Graduate School of Education Offers Innovative New Online Program for Master of Science in Teaching

Fordham University’s Graduate School of Education today announced that its new online Master of Science in Teaching (M.S.T.) program offering specialized degrees in Childhood Education and Childhood Special Education is now accepting applications. 

2U, Inc. Announces $390,000 in Scholarships and Apprenticeships for Students in WeWork’s Access Labs Initiative

This partnership will make software developer jobs more accessible to low-income adults.

 

2U, Inc. Reports Fourth Quarter and Full-Year 2017 Financial Results

  • 2U, Inc. announces first International Graduate Program with University College London
  • Fourth quarter revenue grew 51%, year-over-year, driven by 30% growth in the Graduate Program Segment
  • Full-year revenue grew 39%, year-over-year, driven by 31% growth in the Graduate Program Segment

Powered by 2U, Yale School of Medicine Welcomes 43 Students to the Yale Physician Assistant Online Program

The Yale School of Medicine has welcomed an inaugural class of 43 students to its Yale Physician Assistant Online (Yale PA Online) Master of Medical Science program. 

The University of Denver Graduate School of Social Work Begins MSW@Denver with 75 Students Based Around the Country

The University of Denver Graduate School of Social Work (GSSW) welcomes 75 students, spanning 27 states, to MSW@Denver, an online Master of Social Work program from its top-ranked graduate school of social work. GSSW partnered with 2U, Inc., a global leader in digital education to power MSW@Denver.

The University of Denver Daniels College of Business Begins MBA@Denver and Welcomes its First Class of Online MBA Students

The University of Denver Daniels College of Business launches its new online MBA, MBA@Denver, and welcomes its inaugural class of online students from around the country. The program, developed in partnership with global education technology leader 2U, Inc., began in January and enrolled 41 students.