Good news for our many graduate students in the School of Business and Technology: The Excelsior MBA has been announced as the top-ranked program in the Capital Region of New York State. The ranking was […]
Excelsior’s efforts designed to help police, recruits In the past few months, several male police recruits have become new fathers, according Rocco Fragomeni, director of the Zone 5 Regional Law Enforcement Academy, a training facility […]
When Ed Morneault returned to college in 2011, two months before his 40th birthday, he didn’t just want a bachelor’s degree — he wanted a raise and a promotion. Morneault, who works as a facilities […]
Excelsior College, an Albany, New York-based institution offering online degrees to adult learners, has eliminated textbooks from 80 of its courses. That now saves students in just its business and technology programs about $570,000 annually, […]
The Excelsior College Cybersecurity Club was featured in The Bookmark’s Cybsersecurity Programs in the Northeast of the United States. The Cybersecurity Club focuses on community building among cybersecurity professionals at the College. The Bookmark’s list […]
Taking into account library articles, web links, videos, simulations and more, many courses are already using a number of open education resources (OER) — and the move to full OER doesn’t necessarily mean a total […]
Jim Baldwin, the new Excelsior College president, has served in leadership roles over the last four decades. Baldwin sat down with the Albany Business Review to discuss his background, the challenges adult learners face, and […]
The assistant vice president for analytics at Excelsior College, Lisa Daniels, explains the value of training and the importance of diverse skills. To read the full story, visit Ed Tech Magazine.
With the cybersecurity market anticipated to grow from $75 billion in 2015 to $170 billion by 2020, the Federal Government is listing cybersecurity as one of many Government-wide mission critical occupations. Dr. Amelia Estwick, Director […]
Experts from Excelsior College discuss the endless opportunities for faculty and students to come together to address global issues thanks to distance learning.