Policymakers, educators, and employers are vigorously debating how best to prepare Americans for the future of work. There are those who believe that the “hard” skills of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) are most critical to the future, and those who believe the uniquely “human” skills of the liberal arts are the ones that will endure in the face of automation. The Jacksonville University UpSkill Institute says, “both, and”: It is the integration of human and technical skills that will provide the best preparation for the future of work. Below, see our available courses geared at ensuring well-rounded workers enter the workforce.
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