Micro-credential programs surge at UB - Charles Anzalone, Niagara Business

In 2018, the University at Buffalo unveiled 10 micro-credential programs. Since then, interest in these nimble and innovative educational programs, which provide in-demand workforce skills and a more personalized higher education experience, has exploded. There are now 78 micro-credential programs, including everything from data science and clinical pharmacy research to quality engineering and social justice. More than 3,330 students enrolled in UB micro-credentials last fall semester, which accounted for roughly 75% of micro-credential enrollment in the State University of New York system.


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