Kellogg registration

March 26, 2012
Management skills can be enhanced at 18-day program in Chicago, Ill.

CHICAGO, Illinois--Dentists interested in complementing their clinical training and experience with enhanced management skills can register for the 2012 session of the American Dental Association and Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management's ADA/Kellogg Executive Management Program.

Now in its eighth year, the executive-level program consists of a curriculum for dentists to learn more about business management from one of the nation's top-ranked management schools.

"The ADA/Kellogg Executive Management Program provides dentists with a curriculum that is both intellectually demanding and, at the same time, very stimulating," said ADA President William R. Calnon, DDS. "It expands their business and management expertise, and enhances their ability to manage more effectively in a dynamic environment."

Registration fees are $13,000 for ADA members and $14,000 for nonmembers. Fee includes tuition, course materials, and most meals. Tuition does not include travel and lodging. ADA members receive discounts on select
Chicago hotels.

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Based on the core curriculum of matriculating Kellogg MBA students, the program addresses business strategy, organizational leadership, marketing, finance, accounting, economics, quantitative methods, and
information systems.

Held at Northwestern University's Chicago campus, just down the street from ADA headquarters, the 18-day executive management program consists of three sessions. The 2012 sessions are set for Sept. 19 - 24, Nov. 1-6,
and Nov. 29 - Dec. 4. Kellogg professors teach all courses.

In addition to learning from Kellogg faculty, participants have the opportunity to build a network of lifelong relationships with colleagues from the dental community.

Application materials and program details are available for viewing and downloading at or by contacting Connie Paslaski at (312) 440-3541 or [email protected]. Registrations will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration deadline is July 1, 2012.

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