Academic Strategic Enrollment Management Series

Academic Strategic Enrollment Management Series Introduction

About the Series

The Series on Academic Strategic Enrollment Management begins with establishing the curriculum as the primary reason for enrollment then builds an understanding of Curriculum Architecture and how it determines an institution’s strategic position in the global learning marketplace. From exploring curriculum architecture, the blog moves to a Learner-Centered Curriculum Framework. Next we will discuss the emergence of digital learning and service environments required introducing a full spectrum of the agents of change transforming the learning landscape. Then tackle key concepts in Strategic Enrollment Management. These concepts will include defining terms, introducing a basic Strategic Enrollment Management Matrix and then delve into the concept of vectors in developing a unifying market view that integrates with the institutions curriculum architecture. I plan to complete the series with some examples of academic strategic enrollment management strategies and case studies.

Posts in this series:

Academic Strategic Enrollment Management Series - About the Series The Series on Academic Strategic Enrollment Management begins with establishing the curriculum as the primary reason for...
The curriculum drives enrollment, enrollment drives revenue, revenue drives everything else. “It’s the Curriculum Stupid”: Part 1 - This is the first post in the series on Academic Strategic Enrollment Management. One of the great quotes in contemporary...
Curriculum Architecture Schematic Curriculum Architecture: Part 2 - An institution’s curriculum architecture defines the essential components of its curricular system; maps the interrelationships between the components and the environment, and specifies the system’s intended learning and award outcomes.
Diagram of the Learner-Centered Curriculum Framework Learner-Centered Curriculum Framework: Part 3 - This is the third post in the series on Academic Strategic Enrollment Management. What is the Learner Centered Curriculum Framework?...
SEM Matrix Strategic Enrollment Management Matrix: Part 4 - This is the fourth post in the series on Academic Strategic Enrollment Management. The Strategic Enrollment Management Matrix is a...
Programs of Study: Part 5 - The Program of Study is the primary way by which students enroll and revenues flow to the institution. It is also a primary determinant of the costs to operate the curriculum.
Proficiency Based Curriculum Model: Part 6 - One of the most profound developments in Academic SEM is the emergence of a Proficiency-Based Curriculum Architecture Model (PBCAM). Its development and continued evolution are the results of a synthesis by a number of scholars, communities of practice and higher education associations.
Strategic Position Diagram Achieving Strategic Position in the Global Learning Marketplace: Part 7 - This is the seventh post in the series on Academic Strategic Enrollment Management. No one can achieve and sustain long-term...
Academic/SEM Cycles Framed Enrollment ‘Crisis’ Management: Managing Academic and SEM Cycles & Workflows : Part 8 - We all know timing is everything. Some of the first strategic elements an enrollment crisis disrupts are the Academic and...
Academic SEM Strategy: The iMBA at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign College of Business - The UIUC iMBA is expected to launch in 2016, and be priced at $20,000 or so. The digital curriculum architecture is designed to...

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