Colloquy To Partner With Brandeis University’s Division Of Graduate Professional Studies To Support Two Online Master’s Programs
Colloquy, a division of Kaplan, Inc., the leading global education
provider and a subsidiary of The Washington Post Company (NYSE: WPO),
today announced a new partnership with Brandeis University’s Division of
Colloquy, a division of Kaplan, Inc., the leading global education provider and a subsidiary of The Washington Post Company (NYSE: WPO), today announced a new partnership with Brandeis University’s Division of Graduate Professional Studies. Colloquy will support two of Brandeis University’s online master’s degree programs, Master of Science in Information Technology Management and Master of Science in Information Security. Each program is delivered fully online. “It is a pleasure to have a partner of Brandeis’ stature,” said Timothy Gilbert, President of Colloquy. “We firmly believe that the combination of Brandeis’ academic rigor and excellence, student focus, and reputation coupled with our expertise, talent and resources will make these two programs even more successful.” “We look forward to this collaboration with Colloquy,” said Anne Marando, Executive Director of the Division of Graduate Professional Studies at Brandeis. “We chose Colloquy based on their innovative marketing strategies, their track record, and their understanding of our core values. Their experience in identifying and supporting qualified students is exactly what we were looking for.” Brandeis University has been offering part-time online masters programs for more than a decade, and Colloquy began its marketing and recruitment support of these two programs in June. About Brandeis University’s Division of Graduate Professional Studies Brandeis University’s Division of Graduate Professional Studies provides a Brandeis University academic experience to working professionals. The applied professional programs are available online. Founded in 1997, the Division has by now furthered the professional growth of hundreds of successful master’s degree holders. It continues to serve several hundred professionals currently enrolled in graduate programs as they carry on with their full-time work. About Brandeis University Characterized by academic excellence since its founding in 1948, Brandeis University is one of the youngest private research universities, as well as the only nonsectarian Jewish-sponsored college or university in the country. Named for the late Justice Louis Dembitz Brandeis of the U.S. Supreme Court, Brandeis University combines the faculty and resources of a world-class research institution with the intimacy and personal attention of a small liberal arts college.