Innovations in business are propelling managers, supervisors, executives and directors to stay responsive to ever-evolving workplaces and to improve management skills. Professional development programs at the Mitchell E. Daniels, Jr. School of Business provide continuous growth opportunities to help you stay adaptive to change.Designed for busy professionals, these non-degree programs range in duration from one to five days and are hybrids of online prep work and in-person learning. Network with fellow professionals and learn crucial skills from industry experts and Purdue faculty.
This mini-MBA introduces ambitious, busy professionals to principles of entrepreneurship, finance, marketing, negotiations, strategy, and other relevant topics to elevate managerial skills.
Facilitating sustained organizational change requires application of principles and techniques to motivate individuals, teams and entire organizations. This program guides working managers to build trust, improve accountability and culture, and develop leadership.
Designed to elevate presentation and delivery skills, this program helps executives meet the needs of diverse audiences using enhanced skills in emotional intelligence, deep listening, and group dynamics.
High functioning teams drive organizational effectiveness and profitability, but require advanced skills in conflict resolution and communication and leadership styles. Our Interpersonal Dynamics program provides skills to hone your leadership skills and facilitate effective teams.
Designed to teach various critical management skills such as cross-functional project management, business costs, data visualization, and leadership skills, this program enhances technical managers’ skills and improves their ability to meet business objectives.
We offer discounted program fees for Purdue University alumni, faculty and staff; alumni of one of the schools in the Big Ten Conference; multiple attendees from the same company, and more — connect with us for more details on special rates and discounts.
Veteran, transitioning, and active duty military: Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits can be used for our professional development programs. Contact Purdue's Veterans Success Center at firstname.lastname@example.org for details on using your GI Bill benefits.For anyone who completes one of the non-degree professional development programs presented here and also enrolls in the Executive MBA within 24 months, we will deduct the professional development program cost from the cost of the degree program.
Lodging is not included in the program fee. Participants can reserve rooms at a nearby hotel. Lodging options closest to campus include:
These non-degree programs are taught by the same renowned faculty who teach in Purdue degree programs. Their classroom experience is bolstered by their extensive industry experience. In a Daniels School professional development program, you will also learn from your fellow participants, who come from a variety of fields and hold diverse job responsibilities.Each program introduces tools and techniques that you can apply immediately when you return to work. Take your career to the next level by taking your next giant leap at Purdue.