Albers is accredited by AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. As of July 2014, less than five percent of the world’s business schools and less than one third of U.S. business schools have achieved business accreditation from AACSB.
The Center for Leadership Formation (CLF) oversees all executive programs and provides innovative, world-class education to mid- to senior-level professionals with an emphasis on leadership, business expertise, and a commitment to social responsibility. We recognize that the business world is evolving before our eyes and in order to survive and thrive in this time of rapid change, organizations must be fast, flexible, and adaptive.
Leaders must learn to harness the power of today’s business drivers: technology, innovation, globalization, and above all else, leadership. No one understands these drivers better than the Seattle University Center for Leadership Formation and no one is better prepared to help you influence positive change in your organization and in your life.
One of US News and World Report Top 25 EMBA programs for five consecutive years (#21 in 2009-2010; #22 in 2010-2011; #18 in 2011-2012; #23 in 2012-2013; #19 in 2013-2014).
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Seattle University’s curriculum is rooted in teaching solutions to real problems facing today’s business leaders with a focus on leadership development, core business skills, and social responsibility. Make an immediate difference at work and positively impact your organization’s bottom line.
Network, consult, and problem-solve in a collaborative class made up of other high-level professionals and top-tier faculty. Establish friendships and an unparalleled professional network that you will leverage for a lifetime.
Instruction is on a compressed schedule to accommodate the needs of busy managers who want to maximize their time and learning. Classes meet in compact modules, so you won’t have to sacrifice your lifestyle – professional or personal – to take the next step in your career.
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