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Marilyn Davies College of Business

This is a group photo of multi ethnic people in business attire smiling at the camera. The Davies​ College of Business's Continuing and Professional Education (CPED) offers non-credit programs designed to develop the skills and knowledge that you need to advance your business career management occupations have the highest median annual wage of all occupations. Managerial employment covers a great variety of occupations and diverse industries, and our management noncredit programs address the talent needs of  key, fast-growing economic sectors: retail and sales, manufacturing, and small businesses. Each program curriculum has been designed for you to master in high demand competencies and skills that will make you standout in the job market.

RETAIL MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE

This 12-week non-credit program has been designed for individuals looking to advance a career in retail. The program provides an overall view of the different aspects involved in running a retail store. Lessons are engaging and presented by experienced retail executives. Click here for more information.

SALES MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

If you have experience as a sales supervisor or are currently an entry- to mid-level sales manager, this program will help you develop competencies in key areas: supervision and management, customer service, accounting, team building, or supply chain management. Click here for more information.

SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

There are many courses and programs for small business owners and their employees, but none of them offers the flexibility, range of options, and cost-effectiveness as UHD’s program. Click here for more information.

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

Supply chain management professionals are in high demand. They are involved in every aspect of the process of getting products to customers: materials and procurement, logistics, transportation, inventory, and sales. Click here for more information.

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