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Who should attend
Professionals with a bachelor’s degree and at least 5 or more years of work experience looking to update their business acumen through interactive learning.
About the course
The Quinlan Mini-MBA Program offers a practical transition back to academia for established professionals looking to sharpen their business administration skills. This 10-week program meets one evening per week for three hours to engage in business topics and strategies that can be implemented at work the next day.
This program features insights from expert Quinlan faculty on a robust selection of business areas. Participants will leave with a greater understanding of business strategy, marketing, finance, project management, and more. The curriculum provides opportunity for improvement at personal and organizational levels
- Personalized leadership style and conflict management assessments
- Developed strategic and cross-functionality skills
- Strengthen functional knowledge of successful frameworks and models
- Applicable problem-solving techniques
- Improved negotiation skills
- One-on-one coaching session
- Elective credit towards the Quinlan School of Business MBA program
- Formulating Strategy: Creating Competitive Advantage
- Applying Strategy: Sustaining Competitive Advantage
- Building Successful Teams and Conflict Resolution
- Managerial Accounting: Planning, Control, and Decision-Making
- Principles of Finance
- Marketing Strategy
- Project Management
- Leadership: The Art of Persuasion and Conflict Management
- Balanced Scorecard
Degrees PhD Business Administration - Accounting, 1991. Kent State University MBA General Business, 1987. University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh BBA Professional Accounting, 1981. Eastern Washington University Research Interests Rolling forecast practices linking theory to practice Annual report...
Sukhun Lee is a finance professor at Loyola University Chicago. He received his PhD. from the University of Southern California in 1988 and has been at Loyola University Chicago ever since. His areas of expertise are in developing countries’ debt issues, emerging financial markets and lottery gam...
About Gezinus J. Hidding, joined the faculty of the Quinlan School of Business of Loyola University Chicago in 1996, after a 10-year career with Andersen Consulting (now Accenture). He was promoted (early) to Associate Professor of Information Systems in 2001, and received the School''s Outstandi...
Carolyn Tang Kmet is a senior lecturer at the Quinlan School of Business at Loyola University Chicago. Prior to this role, she was the CMO with All Inclusive Marketing, a full-service e-commerce agency that provides analytics, marketing and site optimization services for clients such as Southwes...
Amy Kyhos is the director of the Quinlan Honors Program and a senior lecturer at Loyola University Chicago’s Quinlan School of Business, where she teaches strategic management, organizational behavior, international management and organizational development and change. She teaches in the Executiv...
Michael Welch’s journey to becoming a senior instructor in the Quinlan School of Business is one he calls “interesting.” After being an attorney for nearly thirty years for large companies such as Quaker Oats Company and Pepsi, he knew he wanted to transition into a teaching role. He found himsel...
Carol is an executive coach and leadership development professional with over 25 years of experience helping leaders, managers, teams and organizations deliver results and reach their full potential, and over 10 years of experience designing and teaching leadership courses at the MBA-level. Car...
Fr. Wojcik is currently the Chief Strategy Officer / Regional Director for the Archdiocesan Office of Catholic Schools and serves as Adjunct Faculty at Loyola University Chicago’s Quinlan School of Business. The current Director of the Office for Catechesis and Youth Ministry, Maria H. (Maruja) ...
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