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James Madison University JMU’s Outreach & Engagement partnered with JMH in 2012 to launch Paralegal and Six Sigma Certificates. By 2013, the two programs generated $175,000 additional gross revenue for JMU’s department. The programs now represent the most successful non-credit programs offered by JMU.
University of South Carolina In 2009, the University of South Carolina partnered with JMH Consulting to identify and launch a series of non-credit certificate programs. The four new certificates now add almost $750,000 annually to the department’s budget.
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University of Houston The University of Houston Continuing Studies department and JMH collaborated to develop and launch a Six Sigma certificate. Within two years, UHCS was offering 5 cohorts annually – 4 Green Belts and 2 Black Belts. This program ads more than $300,000 to the Continuing Studies’ budget each year!