Centers of ExcellenceThe Graduate School of Business' "Centers of Excellence" provide platforms for individuals to self-organize and engage in industry-specific research and best practice identification focused on enhancing productivity and high performance. From accounting to human resource management, the Centers of Excellence (CoE's) encourage professional collaboration through dialogue, discussion, and debate relative to contemporary trends and issues in industries.
The CoE's are framed through several guiding principles that contextualize professional engagement and collaboration. These guiding principals include: collegiality, critical thinking, collaboration, shared learning, self-governance, and results-oriented. Currently, there are ten CoE's resident in the Graduate School of Business.
The CoE's include:
- General Management
- Organizational Development
- International Business
- Human Resource Management
- Law and Government
- Healthcare Management
- Organizational Behavior
- Residential Real Estate Entrepreneurship
Additional information will be available soon concerning participating in the Centers of Excellence.