Closing the Gap in Graduate Business Education


SEPTEMBER 27, 2022 @11 AM EST   |    Duration:1 Hour   |   Hosted By: The Peregrine Team

Non-business majors make up a large percentage of the students who seek out a business graduate degree after completing their undergrad. These students often lack foundational business knowledge – a gap in business education, which can negatively impact student success. Academic Leveling is an effective way to close the gap, providing learners with short and modular online content covering the core subjects common within a business undergraduate program. This method is shown to be a cost-effective replacement for prerequisite courses that improves outcomes long-term.

Join us for a webinar where our valued thought-partner, Dedra Daehn, Director of Curriculum and Operations at DeVoe School of Business, shares how they utilize Academic Leveling modules to prepare their learners for their graduate business program.

Dedra is an accomplished, high achieving higher education professional with notable success in academic program management, strategic planning, and assessment and accreditation processes. Dedra earned a Master of Science in Business Education from Fort Hays State University and a Bachelor of Science in Business Education from Kansas State University. Dedra has over 20 years of experience in education and has led institutions to impact quality in education time and time again.