CHICAGO--The American Dental Association and Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management have announced that registration is open for the 2008 session of the "ADA/Kellogg Executive Management Program" for dentists.
Now in its fourth consecutive year, the executive program is designed for dentists who want to learn more about business management from one of the nation's top-rated management schools.
"It takes business training for dentists to another level, exposing them to the many dynamics involved in effectively managing an organization in the 21st century," explained James B. Bramson, DDS, ADA executive director.
Based on core MBA curriculum
The program's content is based on the core curriculum of matriculating Kellogg MBA students, including business strategy, organizational leadership, marketing, finance, accounting, economics, quantitative methods and information systems.
Consisting of three sessions separated by seven-week intervals, the executive management program is conducted at Northwestern University's Chicago campus. The 2008 sessions are set for July 11-16, Sept. 12-17 and Nov. 6-10.
In addition to learning from Kellogg faculty, participants have the opportunity to build a network of lifelong relationships with colleagues from all facets of the dental community.
May 31, 2008, registration deadline
Application materials and program details are available for viewing and downloading at www.ada.org/goto/kellogg or by contacting Connie Paslaski at (312) 440-3541 or [email protected].
Registrations will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Class size is limited to 45. Deadline for registering is May 31.
For more information about the ADA, visit the Association's Web site at ADA.