The Executive Education programs at Loyola University Maryland’s Sellinger School of Business promote professional development and provide participants with key tools that can be put into practice right away. The goal of each offering is to improve a specific aspect of job performance and to enhance the participant’s immediate potential and professional network.
Advanced Leadership Development Program
The Advanced Leadership Development Program is a 5-module program designed to provide management professionals with the knowledge, tools and confidence to improve their daily leadership effectiveness while preparing them for advanced opportunities.
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Leadership Essentials attracts rising stars and future leaders in the beginning and middle of their careers and is designed to address the critical gap between the skills provided by formal education and the full development of seasoned professionals. Leadership Essentials cohorts are offered in collaboration with Leadership Howard County and the Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce.
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Loyola subject matter experts collaborate with your organization to design custom programs and workshops, ranging from specific topical sessions to broader multi-faceted programs that can accommodate the development needs of a wide range of experience levels.
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Online Data Management and Database Programs
Executive Education offers three self-paced fully online courses. These courses may be taken anytime by anyone. Upon completion of your course, participants will receive a Certificate of Completion indicating that you have received a specified number of continuing education (CPE) credits. These credits may be counted, for example, towards maintenance of CPA or other professional licensing.
In the era of big data, information is the quintessential strategic asset. Managing and accessing information is often a complex challenge requiring a deep knowledge of database systems, database design, and query languages. The courses shown below are designed to help you understand how to manage and access data. You will develop an understanding of data management methods and data visualization using Tableau (Course 1) and, later, valuable hands-on skills in how to access data using Structured Query Language (SQL) at a basic level using Microsoft Access (Course 2) and then more advanced SQL techniques in both Microsoft Access and Oracle (Course 3). You may take one or more courses. For anyone taking Course 3 (advanced database systems), it is recommended that you have Access skills already or that you first complete Course 2 (Introduction to Database Systems). For those completing Course 2 or Course 3, you will need Access to Microsoft Access software. A limited-time subscription to Tableau is included in Course 1.
Course 1: Data Management and Visualization - This course introduces students to the concept of Information Lifecycle Management and how to manage data from the perspective of protecting information as a strategic asset. The course also includes a component on data visualization using Tableau. Time to completion: 15 hours
Course 2: Introduction to Database Systems - This course introduces students to the rudiments of database design through a process called data normalization. Students receive instruction in using Structured Query Language (SQL) in Microsoft Access. Time to completion: 15 hours
Course 3: Advanced Database Systems - This course presents advanced Structured Query Language (SQL) techniques using Microsoft Access. Students are also introduced to advanced SQL/PL and application development in Oracle. Time to completion: 15 hours
CPE Credits and Course Pricing Information
- 1 course (15 CPEs) $200
- 2 courses (30 CPEs) $375
- 3 courses (45 CPEs) $500
Office of Graduate Business Programs
Executive Education Program
Loyola University Maryland
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