University of the Aftermarket Online Classes Open - Tire Review Magazine

University of the Aftermarket Online Classes Open

Registration is now open for 16 online business management courses that will be offered during the winter term of the University of the Aftermarket Distance Learning program.

Each of the 12-week courses 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.

Offered in a Web-based environment, University of the Aftermarket Distance Learning courses provide industry professionals the flexibility to learn when they can, but also offer personalized direction from faculty members.

Winter courses begin January 11, 2010. Courses now available for registration include:

• Current Issues in the Global Aftermarket

• Automotive Aftermarket Research

• Dealership Advertising

• Auto Dealership Accounting

• Budgeting and Forecasting

• Principles of Management

• Human Resource Management

• Applied Management

• Organizational Behavior and Leadership

• Strategic Planning

• Principles of Selling

• Principles of Marketing

• Lean Distribution

• E-Commerce & Value Chain Integration

• Ethics

• The Culture of Leadership

For detailed course descriptions and to register for a winter term course, visit or call 1-800-551-2882.

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