Miami Herbert’s Online MBA Program Partnership to Start Early 2022

2U and Miami Herbert have already established a boot camp partnership, which will be expanded with this agreement. It will provide new opportunities for learners across degree and non-degree online programs.

The University of Miami has teamed up with 2U, Inc. (Nasdaq: TWOU), a worldwide leader in educational technology, to power its current Online MBA program and launch a new track—the Online Advanced MBA—for students with appropriate prior credits and/or professional experience who wish to pursue the Miami Herbert MBA more quickly and inexpensively. 2U has expanded its existing relationship with the University and School, which offers high-quality, online, tech skills-focused boot camps for adult learners in high-demand fields such as fintech and coding.

“Our mission at the University of Miami is to transform lives through education, research, innovation, and service, and in working with 2U over the past four years, we’ve found a partner that’s fundamentally aligned and dedicated to that work,” said Jeffrey L. Duerk, Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost at the University of Miami. “We have an institutional imperative to meet 21st century challenges head-on through rigorous, accessible online education and workforce training programs, and our expanded partnership with 2U will give us the scale and technical expertise to help more future business leaders realize their full potential.”

Beginning in early 2022, Coursera plans to transition Miami Herbert’s Online MBA program and its Advanced track to use the 2U platform.

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