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Open Enrollment Programs

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Fall 2014

AUGUST
21-22 Th F Supply Chain Sales and Operations Planning and Logistics  
25-26 M T Nonprofit Boards: Working with Them and Serving on Them  (New program!)  
SEPTEMBER
  4-5 Th F Accounting & Finance for Non-Financial Managers  
 8-12 M-F Energy Markets & Valuation (week-long Energy series -- New program!)  
 9-10 T W Social Media Analytics  (New program!)  
11-12 Th F Leading High Performance Teams  
16-17 T W Customer-Centric Marketing (formerly Marketing Strategy)  
18-19 ThF Maximizing Mental Agility to Improve Creativity  
23-24 T W Strategic Decision Making  
23-26 M-Th Leading for Impact  (New 4-day program!)  
24-25 W Th Strategic Management  
25-26 Th F Advocacy: Championing Ideas and Influencing Others
  26 F Economics & Technology of the Crude Oil, Natural Gas & LNG Value Chains  
29-30 M T Performance Management and Control: Creating a Culture of Planning, Execution and Accountability  
OCTOBER
  2-3 Th F The Art and Science of Effective Negotiation  
  6-7 M T Leading Change  
  6-7 M T Foundations of Nonprofit Arts Management  (New program!)  
  7-9 T-Th Texas CIO Institute (4th annual, in partnership with Evanta CIO Leadership Board)  
 9-10 Th F Market Validation: Know Your Markets Before You Build Your Product or Service  
14-15 T W Marketing of Innovations (formerly Entrepreneurial Marketing)  
16-17 Th F Building Engagement: What Leaders Do To Manage Talent & Build Allegiance
21-22 T W Designing Winning Strategies  (New program!)  
22-23 W Th Accounting & Finance for Non-Financial Managers  
23-24 Th F Financial Analysis and Measuring Business Performance  
  24 F Energy Finance  
27-28 M T Fundraising in the Arts: Principles and Practice  (New program!)  
29-30 W Th Leading Innovation within Existing Organizations  
NOVEMBER
  4-5 T W Data Analytics  (New program!)  
  6-7 Th F Supply Chain Procurement and Sourcing  
   7 F Global Oil and Gas Accounting & Contracting Procedures  
11-12 T W Leading High Performance Teams  
12-13 W Th Strategic and Business Model Innovation  
13-14 Th F Advocacy: Championing Ideas and Influencing Others  
18-19 T W Driving Business Performance Through Marketing  
20-21 Th F Strategic Management  
DECEMBER
  4-5 ThF Virtual Leadership: Leading Dispersed Teams  
   5 F Energy, Technology and Policy  

Spring 2015

JANUARY
27-28 T W Accounting & Finance for Non-Financial Managers
29-30 Th F Leading High Performance Teams
FEBRUARY
  3-4 T W Strategic Decision Making
  5-6 Th F Customer-Centric Marketing
   6 F Managing External Stakeholder Relationships
 9-10 M T Leading Change
17-18 T W Advocacy: Championing Ideas and Influencing Others
19-20 Th F Leading Innovation Within Existing Organizations
24-25 T W Building Engagement: What Leaders Do To Manage Talent & Build Allegiance
25-26 W Th Supply Chain Strategy
26-27 Th F The Art and Science of Effective Negotiation
MARCH
 2-6 M-F Strategic Energy Sourcing & Risk Management  (week-long Energy series)  
   6 F Economics & Technology of the Electric Power Value Chain
11-12 W Th Performance Management & Control: Creating a Culture of Planning, Execution and Accountability
24-25 T W Maximizing Mental Agility to Improve Creativity
30-31 M T Marketing of Innovations
31-Apr1 T W Leading High Performance Teams
APRIL
 9-10 Th F Market Validation: Know Your Markets Before You Build Your Product or Service
  17 F Business Valuation (Energy)
21-22 T W Financial Analysis and Measuring Business Performance
23-24 Th F Strategic Management
MAY
11-12 M T Predictive Analytics with Machine Learning & Data Mining
12-13 T W Advocacy: Championing Ideas and Influencing Others
14-15 Th F Driving Business Performance Through Marketing
28-29 Th F Supply Chain Risk
  29 F Decision & Risk Analysis in Hydrocarbon Exploration and Production
JUNE
  3-4 W Th Virtual Leadership: Leading Dispersed Teams
  4-5 Th F Strategic and Business Model Innovation

Courses may be taken individually as needed or applied to an executive development certificate.
KEY CERTIFICATE PROGRAM LENGTH COURSE REQUIREMENTS CREDITS
EARNED
LOCATION & COST**
 Driving Business Innovation Driving Business Innovation Certificate
12 days
[six, two-day programs]
3 core
3 Electives
(choose 6 days)
84 hours
84 CPEs
8.4 CEUs
 Austin
$14,400

Energy Certificate

Energy Certificate
6 days
[six, one-day programs]

6 Core 
(choose from 8 
  Energy  courses)

42 hours
42 CPEs
4.2 CEUs
Houston
$7,350

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General Management Certificate
10 days 
[five, two-day programs]

2 Core
3 Electives 
(any 2-day course)

70 hours
70 CPEs
7.0 CEUs
Austin
$12,000

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Institute for Managerial Leadership
12 days
[six, two-day programs]
6 Core 84 hours
84 CPEs
8.4 CEUs
Austin
$14,400
Marketing Certificate Marketing Certificate
10 days 
[five, two-day programs]
3 Core
2 Electives
70 hours

70 CPEs
7.0 CEUs

 Austin
$12,000

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Project Management Certificate

12 days
[six, two-day programs]

3 Core
3 Electives 
  (limited list)

84 hours
84 CPEs
8.4 CEUs
Austin
$14,400

Supply Chain

Supply Chain Management Certificate

12 days
[six, two-day programs]

4 Core
2 Electives 
  (limited list)

84 hours
84 CPEs
8.4 CEUs
Austin
$14,400

* Certificate requirements must be completed in two years.
** Cost includes all materials, light breakfast, lunch and refreshments during breaks.