Help your employees develop and grow into the leaders that will take your organization to the next level. Benedictine University's adult and graduate programs cultivate your employees' abilities as ethical decision makers, articulate business writers and adept problem solvers. Programs that meet the needs of busy adults with evening, weekend, flexible formats and multiple locations accommodate even the most demanding schedules. Consult with a partnerships specialist today to discuss your organization's return on your educational investment.
BenU corporate partners can take advantage of a maximum 25 percent tuition discount through our National Moser Center for Adult Learning blended undergraduate, graduate and certificate programs (excludes the $10K M.B.A.) when Benedictine University programs are promoted internally at the partner institution and when at least 14-18 students enroll from the corporate partner.
Benedictine University works with employers to ensure that our problem-based learning model focuses on solutions for your organization. Problem-based learning encourages students to work on "real-life" problems and issues. The undergraduate and graduate coursework is collaborative, group-based and utilizes highly interactive technology.
Whether it be through individual courses, certificate or endorsement programs, Benedictine University can craft a professional development strategy that meets the needs of your evolving workforce. The certificate programs at Benedictine University are an excellent way to gain a competitive edge in your profession.
Benedictine University staff can coordinate on your behalf, on-site employee activities that promote retention and learning.
Benedictine can provide complimentary expert consulting services by graduates and faculty from our internationally recognized Master of Science in Management and Organizational Behavior and Doctor of Philosophy in Organization Development programs to help grow your business's bottom line and enhance your work environment.
Benedictine employs a curriculum that emphasizes hands-on learning with classroom theory. Our students are practitioners within their fields and learn through out-of-class service projects, including a marketing consulting class where students assess local businesses and provide written recommendations. Many of our academic programs require a practicum or internship.
Director of Enrollment Development
Senior Director of Educational Partnerships
Remaining competitive in today's market place means understanding what attracts and retains a company's greatest asset - it's people.
Presented by: Tom Carroll
Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resource Officer of R.R. Donnelley
Wednesday, September 23, 2015
8:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Presentation: 9:00 a.m.
National Moser Center for Adult Learning
1832 Centre Point Circle, Suite 102 - Naperville, IL 60563