Wake Forest Schools of Business offer a variety of non-degree programs ranging from a "business boot camp" to executive and corporate education.
Accounting Diversity Consortium
As part of an ongoing diversity initiative, the Schools of Business invites top candidates from other campuses, including historically black colleges and universities to attend an annual on-site introduction to its Master of Science in Accountancy program. The event, typically held in January, is known as the Accounting Diversity Consortium and is funded by the Ernst & Young accounting firm.
Summer Management Program
The Summer Management Program provides participants with valuable business skills in an intensive summer session. From being a team player to learning how to interview, this “business boot camp” will elevate Liberal Arts education to a whole new playing field, increasing marketability and opening doors in today’s highly competitive job market.
Executive & Corporate Education
The Wake Forest Schools of Business' custom program design team provides the most current thinking available to yield an educational experience that addresses company-specific issues and needs. Flexibility and customer satisfaction are hallmarks of our service. Custom programs vary in length from two days to multi-week management development programs and certificate courses. Multi-week programs are often spread over several months to allow for integration of classroom material with work-related projects and other on-the-job experiences. Instructional techniques vary and may include such activities as simulations, case study and problem analysis, job-specific projects, and team competitions, as well as discussions led by the Schools of Business' nationally-renowned faculty.