Center for Business Excellence lists some October and November programs
The Center for Business Excellence offers several programs in October and November and lists some of them below. A 33 percent discount is available to UST alumni and a 75 percent discount is available to UST faculty and staff. For more information or to register, call the Center for Business Excellence, (651) 962-4600, or click on the respective links. Visit the Center for Business Excellence Web site for a complete program listing.
Mini MBA in Health Care Management
Weeklong program, Oct. 9-13
The Mini MBA in Health Care Management provides a broad overview of contemporary business, management, and leadership skills and equips participants with tools they can use to advance their health care organizations.
For more information, visit the Mini MBA in Health Care Management Web page.
Fundraising: Grant-Writing Essentials
Friday, Oct. 13
Learn to analyze proposal outlines, research potential sources of funds, understand grant terminology and create a solid foundation for writing more effective proposals.
For more information, visit the Fundraising: Grant-Writing Essentials program Web page.
Fundraising: Annual Strategies
Friday, Oct. 20
Deepen your understanding of the philosophy, theory and practice for achieving a successful annual giving program.
For more information, visit the Fundraising: Annual Strategies program Web page.
Fundraising: Capital, Endowment and Special Purpose Campaigns
Friday, Nov. 3
Examine how to assess your organization's ability to undertake a campaign, determine your need for a campaign consultant and how to select one. Learn how to engage volunteers in the pre-campaign process, announce a campaign and develop a successful campaign.
For more information, visit the Fundraising: Capital, Endowment and Special Purpose Campaigns program Web page.
Mini Master of Medical Technology Management
Weeklong program, Nov. 6-10
Designed to provide a neutral forum to discuss the needs of the medical technology industry, the Mini Master of Medical Technology Management addresses a broad range of topics. Gain the skills needed to assess the medical technology market, assemble a management team, design and manufacture medical devices, manage your intellectual property, understand regulatory affairs and more.
For more information, visit the Mini Master of Medical Technology Management Web page.
These programs are offered in both open enrollment and custom formats. For more information, contact the Center for Business Excellence at (651) 962-4600 or visit the center's Web site.