Innovative partnerships provide students with limitless learning

Lynn University has engaged in several partnerships to provide just-in-time job skills in emerging careers for students.

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Amani Institute social innovation management fellows learn from nature in Brazil as part of Bio-Empathy, a professional skills-building course.

These collaborations complement the liberal arts education that students receive at Lynn with a variety of professional development opportunities in technology and social entrepreneurship.

“Learning is limitless, so we don’t limit our programs to the boundaries of campus,” said President Kevin M. Ross. “To prepare students for emerging careers, we’ve partnered with leading organizations to provide all the benefits of a liberal arts education, plus valuable job skills and real-world opportunities.”

Lynn+ General Assembly

Students can enhance their bachelor’s degree with an immersion in technology design. Focused on helping students build marketable skills for emerging technology careers, General Assembly is a global network of campuses for technology, business and design. Participants may choose to attend the 10-day or 16-week program, both of which take place across the United States or abroad, and will master topics including user experience design, digital marketing, front-end web development and product management.

Lynn+ Amani Institute

A collaboration with a nonprofit based in Nairobi, Kenya, and São Paulo, Brazil, Lynn+ Amani Institute offers a Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Social Innovation Management. Designed for students who are passionate about driving positive social change, the degree combines 10 months of intensive global experience in cross-boundary work with an advanced business degree. Skills developed in the program include how to think like a change agent and how to create and manage a social venture.

Students in Wyncode classroom

Lynn+ Wyncode Academy

Available to graduate degree-seeking students, this program provides two new course tracks that teach high-demand coding skills. Students can choose from two master’s programs: MBA in Web Development Management or Master of Science in Communication and Media, with a specialization in Web Design Strategies. Miami-based Wyncode is a nine-week immersive bootcamp program. Lynn+ Wyncode Academy allows students to explore organizational leadership and management, front-end development, databases and object-oriented programming.

Lynn+ Watson University

Putting ideas to work as part of a Bachelor of Science in entrepreneurship, the 30-month Lynn+ Watson University program requires students to spend four semesters at Watson and three summers engaged in Lynn online courses. The program delves into global development, social entrepreneurship and more, with hands-on experiences and mentorships.

"Lynn is connected to other innovative institutions, who, like us, are driving important transformations in higher education."

President Kevin M. Ross

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