Northwood University in Midland has opened enrollment for a new Automotive Aftermarket Executive MBA program set to begin on Aug. 26.
The new program is designed to serve a wide-range of professionals employed by aftermarket organizations that provide products and services purchased for passenger and light to heavy-duty vehicles. The automotive aftermarket includes manufacturing, retail distribution, wholesale distribution, service and repair, as well as many support organizations, including associations, technology, training, and sales.
“Building on Northwood’s long-standing history with the aftermarket industry, this program offers students a results-oriented business curriculum that is led by academically and professionally qualified faculty with real-world industry experience,” says Lisa Fairbairn, assistant vice president and dean of Northwood’s Richard DeVos Graduate School of Management.
Highlights of the program include a curriculum customized to the aftermarket industry, residencies for enhanced learning and networking opportunities, and a capstone project that leads to substantial financial impact.
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