Market Focus Drives Graduate Program Growth
Over the last five years, Bay Path University's graduate programs have experienced extraordinary growth. Dr. Tom Loper, Associate Provost and Dean of the School of Science and Management, believes that this growth can be directly attributed to the organization’s focus on the evolving needs of employers in the region and their demand for career-focused professionals that can stay on top of their needs.
Dr. Loper will provide webinar participants with a clear understanding of the market dynamics associated with each of the graduate business programs in the School of Science and Management at Bay Path University. Career-enhancing learning is woven throughout each of these exciting new programs.
These programs include:
• Applied Data Science
• Applied Laboratory Science and
• Communications (Emerging Media)
• Communications & Information Management
• Cybersecurity Management
• Entrepreneurial Thinking & Innovative Practices (MBA)
• Information Management
• Leadership & Negotiation
• Nonprofit Management & Philanthropy
• Strategic Fundraising & Philanthropy
While most of the programs are offered online and draw students from all over the country, most of our graduate students do live within “The Knowledge Corridor”, covering Western Massachusetts and Central Connecticut.
Therefore, this webinar will focus on the robust business sectors in this region; including:
• Financial Services
• Precision Manufacturing
As a business hub, "The Knowledge Corridor" has 64,000 businesses and a labor force of 1.34 million. By tailoring our programs to the real needs of employers in each of these industries, large and small, we know that we are helping our graduates to accelerate their careers.