The College of Business offers various educational programs, lectures, and certification or continuing education courses to businesses and the general public while providing an ongoing exchange of information on current topics. Our faculty can provide a wide array of services to help you achieve your goals – from in-house training to student directed projects.
If you are interested in contracted training or faculty-directed class projects for your business or organization, please contact us for a no obligation, free consultation.
James W. Kleckley, PhD, Director
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Professional Programs offers the GRE Review Course once each semester and a summer “Boot Camp” review course. The GRE Review Course examines the kind of information that is on the Graduate Record Exam so you can do your very best. Review courses are typically held in January, May, and September.
The Quantitative portion of the course focuses on math and will help you understand the types of questions that are in the exam. Likewise, the Verbal portion of the class will help you develop strategies for solving the verbal reasoning questions found on the GRE® General Test. Practice questions are reviewed and discussed in both portions of the course. The class uses The Official Guide to the GRE® General Test, which is published by the non-profit, ETS. And as stated by ETS, “It’s packed with everything you need to do your best on the test – and move toward your graduate or business school degree”. The text is included in the course fee.
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