Sharpen your skills in our mini-MBA program, Applied Management Principles. AMP is an open-enrollment professional development program ideal for managers, entrepreneurs, personnel directors, supervisors, and all business professionals aspiring to a higher-level leadership position. The next AMP program is May 14-19, 2018. Register before April 1, 2018, to save 5% on the program fee.
The AMP program would be very beneficial for a working professional who is considering a return to the classroom to earn an MBA. The structure allows the time for intentional learning, where personal goals can be set for immediate application back at the organization. A key benefit was getting to know other industry people and learning from their career paths and experiences.
Anna Dietrich, Director, Human Resource Manager, Cummins
The program was a great refresher of undergraduate classes and reinvigorated my desire to finish my MBA. All while lending to be a great source for new networking outlets and the vision that while all industries and companies may be different we all face similar if not the same challenges. The class would also be valuable to those who have a non-business degree to begin to have a better understanding of the business disciplines.
Myra Hill, Supply Chain Director, Tecomet, Inc.
The course content on strategy, marketing, and negotiations combined with a setting that included various professionals in other roles at other companies provided the perfect learning environment. I was able to discuss concepts and ideas and receive honest feedback from others in both similar and unique situations, and have since been able to apply these concepts to get more out of each and every day back in the workplace.
Weston Dunker, Corporate Marketing Manager, Rea Magnet Wire
The AMP program is one that I would recommend for any professional who is contemplating pursuing an MBA. The week long class fit my learning style very well, from the daily sessions, to each professors individual style, to the different viewpoints from PHD students and industry attendees. All of staff involved in the program were so courteous and eager to help you in any way that they could. I have left the class with a big decision to make and I am excited to start those discussions.
DeJuian Norris, Project Manager, Purdue University