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Competency-based Education a Promising Option for Many Students

by Kaitlyn Wightman
Marketing Specialist

February 10, 2015

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education recently wrote about Personalized Learning and the value of earning a quality competency-based education degree from an accredited, respected university.


"Serhat Cakmak is part of a growing trend of students who are turning to the world of competency-based education and all the flexibility that it affords.

While a new report from the American Enterprise Institute says “too little is known about the landscape of competency-based education providers,” administrators of the schools say their approach is poised to become the predominant mode of delivery for education. 

“I think that competency-based education is the future of all education in the country,” said Fred Hurst, Senior Vice President at Northern Arizona University."


Read more about what makes NAU's Personalized Learning degree program stand out.

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