WEBINAR ON DEMAND

Master’s Market Update: A Sneak Peek

The master’s market has long served as a pillar of opportunity for institutions of higher education, but there are signs of cracks. The National Student Clearinghouse reported a decline in graduate enrollment in Fall 2021 after years of strong growth. Eduventures, too, has tracked a falling enrollment rate (despite enrollment growth) over recent years suggesting prospects are turning elsewhere. Proliferating alternatives, a tight labor market, and surging master’s program competition are at play.

Given these trends, which markets are in demand? Which are bogged down by competition? Most importantly, how is productivity trending across master’s degree fields of study? This session will explore these themes and more, offering participants a sneak peek of the forthcoming Eduventures Master’s Market Update report.

Presenters

Clint Raine

Clint Raine

Eduventures Senior Analyst

Clint has an Ed.M in higher education at the Harvard Graduate School for Education. While completing his studies, he supported the Eduventures research team as a graduate student. Prior to joining us and earning his master’s degree, Clint was a Professional Staff Member and Congressional Fellow with the U.S. House Committee for Education and the Workforce where he helped conduct oversight initiatives and research across a wide-range of education policy issues. He is an alumnus of Teach for America, where he taught English as a Second Language to high school students in Charlotte, North Carolina. Clint graduated with a B.A. in History from the Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, Virginia.

Jacqueline Miller

Jacqueline Miller

Eduventures Quantitative Specialist

Since working with Eduventures, Jacqueline has earned a well-deserved reputation among institutions and colleagues as a trusted, tireless, and thoughtful research analyst, delivering data-driven reports and insights that have helped our partner colleges take action and overcome challenges at their institutions.  Her expertise in program innovation and quantitative research has contributed to her recent work on the Master's Market Update report.