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Research indicates that organizations with a higher representation of women in management ranks are more profitable and have higher employee productivity. And while women represent over 50% of the professional workforce, less than 15% of senior executives of the S&P 500 are women. These companies are looking to build a strong pipeline of female leaders.

The University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business is here to help. As the only Colorado school ranked among top business schools in the nation, we offer part-time Executive and Professional MBA programs as well as workshops and business certificates to help you rise to the top.

Accelerate your potential and performance at Daniels.

PROGRAMS

DENVER MBA

This full-time, 20-month program is designed for the business graduate student who wants to full immerse themselves in their graduate business education.

EXECUTIVE MBA

This 18-month program is designed for mid-to-senior level professionals seeking to strengthen their business skills, expand their leadership abilities and broaden their perspectives.

PROFESSIONAL MBA

A part-time program for early- to mid-level professionals to earn an MBA in 24 months without compromising your current career.

MS PROGRAMS

A variety of specialized programs to help you take your career to the next level.

WORKSHOPS & CERTIFICATES

POWER & NEGOTIATION FOR WOMEN

A two day workshop designed to help women build sustainable power and learn tools for successful negotiating.

LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS

Daniels Executive Education offers several leadership workshops, ranging from 5-10 days, designed for both new managers as well as experienced leaders.

GRADUATE BUSINESS CERTIFICATES

From accounting and finance to marketing and business analytics, our Graduate Business Certificate program allows you to take graduate courses without being in a degree-seeking program.

Want more information?

Contact Roberta Nicknish at Roberta.Nicknish@du.edu.