Non-Degree Programs

Wake Forest School of Business offers a variety of non-degree seeking programs ranging from a “business boot camp” to executive and corporate education to certificate programs in a variety of disciplines. Explore the links on this page for more details.

Executive Education

The Wake Forest Executive Education offers a variety of open enrollment courses and can design custom programs to yield an educational experience that addresses company-specific issues and needs. Our flexible 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 simulations, case study and problem analysis, job-specific projects, and team competitions, as well as discussions led by our nationally renowned faculty.

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Summer Management Program

The Summer Management Program (SMP) provides participants with valuable business skills in an intensive five-week summer session on the Wake Forest campus. This “business boot camp” will teach fundamental business skills valued by employers, elevating your Liberal Arts education, increasing your marketability and opening doors in today’s highly competitive job market.

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SportsBIZ Program

This exciting sports-business program will introduce students to the breadth of career opportunities in the multibillion-dollar sports industry. We’ve designed this fast-paced 19-day online program, during Summer Session II, for students who are interested in the business of sports. Fundamental principles of business will be taught by award-winning Wake Forest School of Business faculty, teamed with sports industry professionals. Students will have opportunities to apply knowledge gained in the classroom to ongoing sports industry challenges.

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