I will be guest presenting on Social Media at the upcoming MBA Primer. The MBA Primer is a great DePaul program, that assembles a focussed series of topics taught by DePaul faculty (and folks like me). I enjoyed the session last year, and look forward to doing this again. Registration is open, and the message below should help you discover more.
I will be teaching on the 29th April (Naperville) and 1st May (Loop).
Register Today and Earn credit with DePaul’s MBA Primer Program or Entrepreneurship Primer Program DePaul University’s Management Development Center (MDC) offers a 15-week “mini-MBA” program that will keep you current in today’s changing business environment, enabling you to learn new business concepts and update management skills you already have for a fraction of the price of a traditional MBA program. The MBA Primer Certificate Program provides an overview of managerial theories and techniques, ideal for those looking to better understand business practices, update current skills or are contemplating enrollment in a traditional MBA or other graduate business program.
Taught by experienced industry professionals and faculty from DePaul’s prestigious Kellstadt Graduate School of Business, this program can also be applied as a credit waiver for one elective course if you continue with your MBA at DePaul University.
Register today. Classes begin March 11th in Naperville and March 13th in the Loop.
DePaul University is offering a 15-week Entrepreneurship Primer Certificate Program where individuals will gain a theoretical MBA foundation as well as practical, real-world skills to launch a business venture. The program is taught by DePaul faculty as well as experienced entrepreneurs, and is designed for leaders, corporate employees, and others with an entrepreneurial spirit.
Register today. Classes begin March 19th in the Loop.
For more information about MDC programs and offerings, please visit our website at cpe.depaul.edu/mdc or contact Eilish McDonagh at 312-362-5295.
Some good news for DePaul! Rick Salisbury forwarded me this article which demonstrates that DePaul’s Kellstadt Graduate School of Business jumped 19 points in the U.S. News 2012 ranking of best business schools. This is the second largest gain (after Case Western’s 28 point gain). This brings the ranking for the KGSB to 70.