8: McIntire School of Commerce

General Information | Academic Requirements | Course Descriptions | Faculty

History | The McIntire School Today | Accreditation | Scholarships and Awards
Student Organizations and Activities | Career Opportunities and Resources
Endowed Chairs | Research Programs | McIntire Small Business Institute
McIntire Business Institute | McIntire Commerce Connection | Executive Education Programs
The McIntire School Advisory Board | The McIntire School of Commerce Foundation

Executive Education Programs

An important aspect of the mission of the McIntire School of Commerce is serving the continuing education needs of the private and public sectors. The area of executive business education has been growing rapidly in recent years as businesses have realized the importance of keeping their managers exposed to the latest management concepts and developments. The McIntire School of Commerce seeks to address these education needs through three basic types of programs:

Affiliated Programs   The McIntire School of Commerce offers several educational programs in affiliation with major trade associations. Examples include the Virginia Bankers Association and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

Open Enrollment Programs   The McIntire School of Commerce offers open enrollment business programs on a variety of topics to the general public at several locations in the Commonwealth of Virginia, in Washington, D.C., and in other states.

Customized Executive Education Programs   The McIntire School of Commerce works closely with individual firms and organizations in custom-designing and presenting programs to meet their unique needs.

Sponsored Lectures and Seminars   The McIntire School of Commerce encourages an exchange of ideas among business, banking, and government leaders through a continuing series of lectures, seminars, conferences, and workshops.

Executive-in-Residence   The McIntire School of Commerce encourages a "real world" perspective with its executive-in-residence program.


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