Spring Term Courses Set for UA Online Distance Learning - Tire Review Magazine

Spring Term Courses Set for UA Online Distance Learning

The University of the Aftermarket is offering 19 online distance-learning courses during its Spring 2010 term.

Registration is now open for each of the 12-week university-level courses, which begin Apr. 12. UA’s distance learning courses "provide industry professionals the flexibility to learn when they can, but also offer personalized direction from faculty members," the school, said.

Each course is certified for 3.0 Continuing Education Units that can be applied toward the participant’s AAP (Automotive Aftermarket Professional) or MAAP (Master Automotive Aftermarket Professional) certificate. Prerequisites may apply.Courses now available for registration include: Introduction to Automotive Aftermarket & Technology; Logistics & Supply Chain Management; Aftermarket Field Sales Management; Variable Operations Management; Service and Body Management; Finance and Insurance Department; Dealership General Management; Principles of Microeconomics; International Trade; Financial Management; Principles of Management; Human Resource Management; Organizational Behavior & Leadership; Strategic Planning; Principles of Marketing; E-Commerce & Value Chain Integration; Philosophy of American Enterprise; Ethics and The Culture of Leadership.For more information, visit www.universityoftheaftermarket.com.

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