Dean Jeremy Korr discusses CBE in national education blog
Jeremy Korr, dean of the School of Arts and Sciences, discusses competency-based education (CBE) in a question and answer session with Todd Zipper, CEO of Learning House in a blog published last week. In the blog UncompromisingEDU, Korr talks about what CBE means for students, instructors and institutions
“While the emerging wave of competency-based programs have so far tended to favor a select set of subjects such as business administration and information technology, I would expect to see a much wider range of subjects within a decade,” Korr told Zipper in the post titled “Benefits and Challenges of Competency-Based Education: An Interview with Dr. Jeremy Korr.”
UncompromisingEDU discusses the current reality of the higher education system and brings to light new ideas, solutions and innovations to help make that system better. The Learning House helps colleges and universities create and manage online degree programs though its proprietary cloud-based technology platform.
For more about Brandman’s MyPath competency-based education program, go to www.brandman.edu/mypath. More information is also available in a podcast featuring Vice Chancellor Laurie Dodge.
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