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Executive course in Business
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The Graziadio School of Business and Management, Pepperdine University
Campus Part time September 2019 USA Los Angeles Malibu Long Beach Pasadena Westlake Village Irvine + 4 more

Whether you are seeking to strengthen skills in leadership, management, finance, ethics, marketing, information technology, strategy, or an interdisciplinary program, we offer a depth of expertise in areas essential to yoru company’s success. [+]

The Graziadio School of Business and Management’s staff and faculty are dedicated to creating a learning experience designed specifically for your organization’s needs. Whether you are seeking to strengthen skills in leadership, management, finance, ethics, marketing, information technology, strategy, or an interdisciplinary program, we offer a depth of expertise in areas essential to yoru company’s success.

Our programs can be hosted at one of Pepperdine's six convenient graduate campuses or at the Villa Graziadio Executive Center located at Pepperdine's Drescher Graduate Campus in Malibu. Programs can also be hosted at a conference center of your choice or your own corporate headquarters – whatever works best for your organization. Programs range in length from a few days to a few weeks.... [-]


Minority Business Executive Program (MBEP)

University of Washington Foster School of Business
Campus Part time 1 week September 2019 USA Seattle South Korea Seoul San Francisco + 3 more

Participants will learn to utilize financial tools to make more effective decisions, develop and understand long-term strategic plans for growth and sustainability. [+]

Program Overview

The University of Washington is well positioned to offer a program such as this due to our Business and Economic Development Center (BEDC). For ten years, the BEDC has linked students, faculty, and staff from the UW Business School with a racially and ethnically diverse business and nonprofit community to expand students' knowledge and skills, help small businesses grow, create and retain jobs, open educational opportunities for under-represented minority students, and stimulate innovative economic development research.

Executive Education and BEDC have created a strategic partnership with the Northwest Minority Business Council (NMBC) to launch the MBEP program which has been designed to increase the competitiveness of Minority Business Enterprises.... [-]