KU Edwards Campus

JCERT’s support is critical in helping us provide relevant programming for our students to advance in their careers and in building a talent pipeline for local employers.

JCERT’s support is critical in helping provide relevant programming for students to advance in their careers and build a talent pipeline for local employers.

The KU Edwards Campus (KUEC) revealed a nearly 31% enrollment increase in graduate programs supported by the Johnson County Education Research Triangle (JCERT) from spring 2020 to spring 2021. 

Jack Treml, who combines his love for science and teaching to lead the biotech program the KU Edwards Campus

Jack Treml, who combines his love for science and teaching to lead the biotech program the KU Edwards Campus.

Since the JCERT-supported biotechnology undergraduate program started in 2016, leaders at the KU Edwards Campus have built strong relationships with students, educators and employers. 

By Stuart Day, Dean, KU Edwards Campus and KU School of Professional Studies

By Stuart Day, Dean, KU Edwards Campus and KU School of Professional Studies

The COVID-19 pandemic exacerbates many realities our society was already facing. Not the least of these are access to education, financial stress, disparities in technological capabilities, racial injustice and the unique needs of nontraditional students.

JCERT graduate program enrollment growth at KUEC

Year-over-year enrollment figures for JCERT-supported programs demonstrate the area’s demand for an educated, skilled workforce.

The latest KU Edwards Campus (KUEC) enrollment news reveals an 18.5% year-over-year increase in graduate degree and certificate programs supported by the Johnson County Education Research Triangle (JCERT). 

Elly Richardson presents his honors program research to KU Edwards Campus staff. His JCERT scholarship enabled him to support his heavy credit load in the information technology program.

Despite their storied rivalry, when it comes to educating the area’s workforce, Kansas State University-Olathe and the University of Kansas Edwards Campus (KUEC) are on the same team. 

Two new undergraduate, online certificates in public and population health and nutrition are open for fall 2020 registration at the KU Edwards Campus.

During an unprecedented time in the state, nation and world, the University of Kansas and the Johnson County Education Research Triangle (JCERT) have recently launched two new programs designed to meet critical needs of the Kansas City-area workforce and community.