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MSMU and ed2go Partnership Expands Continuing Education Offerings

Donna Klinger

The Mount St. Mary’s University Division of Continuing Studies announces a partnership with ed2go, part of Cengage Group. This collaboration represents a pivotal moment in the university’s ongoing effort to empower individuals with enhanced workforce skills and knowledge for success in the ever-changing job market.

Woman with computerThrough this partnership, Mount St. Mary’s Division of Continuing Studies is offering an expansive selection of cost-effective online courses designed to address the needs of in-demand industries. These non-credit courses and certifications will help close the education-to-employment gap in the Mid-Atlantic region.

"We understand the rapid evolution of the job market and the importance of adaptable learning solutions," said Jen Staiger, Ph.D., associate provost for the university’s Division of Continuing Studies. "Our collaboration with ed2go allows us to provide the flexibility and agility needed for individuals to upskill effectively and seize emerging employment opportunities."

Mount St. Mary’s partnership with ed2go brings together more than 200 years of experience creating educational content paired with serving over 4.5 million students from a catalog of more than 850 high-demand online courses. These offerings equip students with high-demand skills and credentials spanning diverse sectors, including HVAC, medical billing and coding, human resources, programming, project management and more. Students can choose between self-paced or instructor-led courses, fostering a dynamic and collaborative learning environment.

"Our collaboration with the Mount St. Mary’s University Division of Continuing Studies will open doors for future students, offering them access to high-quality online education, ultimately enhancing their career prospects and desire for a quality job outcome,” stated Bob Batten, senior vice president and general manager at ed2go. "ed2go is proud to support our partners to enrich their students' lives, equipping them with relevant and transferable skills."

Ed2go provides online continuing education courses through a network of over 2,000 colleges, universities and workforce partners located in more than 100 countries. For more information about the Mount's Division of Continuing Studies offerings, visit www.msmary.edu/learning.

Donna Klinger