MIT Introduces Complete Courses to OpenCourseWare Project

This week, MIT’s OpenCourseWare project launched OCW Scholar, a new series of courses “designed for independent learners who have few additional resources available to them.” To date, MIT has given students access to […]

6 Electives that will Impact any Professional Career

As you advance through your college career, course selection will make a critical impact on your education. Once you decide on a major, most of your courses will be preselected. However, you do […]

M.B.A. Programs Go Global

Business schools are being forced to rapidly adapt their curriculum, course structure, and philosophy in reaction to the increasingly global nature of the business world. Schools of all kinds, ranging from […]

U.S. News Challenges ABA on Law School Employment Data Standards

A recent story in The New York Times,Is Law School a Losing Game?” is creating a great deal of buzz in […]

Elite French University Joins College Board

PARIS — The Institut d’Etudes Politiques, better known as Sciences Po, one of France’s most prestigious universities, on Wednesday became the first French public institution to join the College Board, the nonprofit American organization that […]

Red Flags at a College, but Tied Hands

Sometimes surly, sometimes seemingly unhinged, he was unpredictable in a way that made fellow students in a community college class want to leave the room.

He […]

Higher education leaders anxious about cuts in proposed California budget

Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposals to slash state spending on higher education has triggered anxiety across California’s already budget-battered public colleges and universities about possible new waves of staff and faculty layoffs, […]

Best Values in Public Colleges 2011

As colleges and universities across the U.S. struggle with shrinking budgets and increased enrollment, here’s the takeaway for soon-to-matriculate students: Look for schools that deliver an outstanding, affordable education in good times and bad. The […]