Classification of Instructional Programs codes, or CIP codes, are an invaluable tool for researchers and institutions of higher education alike. Providing a taxonomy of academic programs, CIP codes help us decipher key market trends by easily organizing data by field of study, answering questions like: How much has the field grown? How competitive is it? And, who offers the top programs?
As Technology Companies Stumble, What About Technology Programs?
11,000 jobs cut at Meta. 10,000 at Amazon. 4,000 at Carvana. 8,000 at Salesforce. And, most recently, 10,000 jobs at Microsoft – its largest layoff in eight years. The list goes on.
The Higher Education ROI Tug-of-War
There is a growing tension in higher education. More people are deciding not to attend, yet 76% of adults still agree that education beyond high school offers a good return on investment. And the data is convincing. On average, the more education one receives, the...
A National Teacher Shortage? Not So Fast.
With Labor Day now behind us, K-12 students across the country have bid farewell to summer and returned to school for a new academic year. For anyone casually following news cycles over the last few months, one wouldn’t be blamed for imagining classrooms this fall...
Career Outcomes: Make Your Master’s Program Stand Out From the Crowd
The program website acts as a window to an institution, providing a pitch to prospects who, perhaps just briefly, scroll across its webpages. It’s in that moment that a school must clearly answer the critical question “why?” Our extensive review of academic program...
The Health Market’s Annual Check-Up
This time last year, mid-pandemic, Eduventures published a Wake-Up Call on the health-aligned academic market. This post concluded that demand for health programs was spiking despite COVID-19 and its intense pressures on our healthcare system and professionals. A year...