Lifelong Learning at MITT
Lifelong learning is widely recognized as an essential skill for personal and professional success in the knowledge economy.
Learning doesn’t end with graduation. The workplace of the future will need us to pick up new ideas quickly, apply knowledge in creative ways, and keep investing in learning. We need to prepare for jobs that haven’t yet been created, technologies that haven’t yet been invented, and problems that don’t yet exist.
Are you starting, growing, or transitioning your career? Where will your learning journey take you next?
MITT’s Lifelong Learning courses and programs can help you get there.
Our micro-credentials give you the education and skills you need to advance your career in short and focused programs.
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