In this time of uncertainty, an important part of business planning is identification, analysis, and management of risk. To that end, Loras College is offering a 3-credit Risk Analysis graduate level course in a hybrid format this summer to help equip you with that knowledge. This spreadsheet-based course examines a variety of models geared to addressing business and social needs. Uncertainty is explicitly analyzed through the use of scenarios, simulation, and other techniques. Emphasis is placed on understanding and communicating the important uncertainties associated with any plan, and developing ways to incorporate these into business plans.
WHAT: Risk Analysis (MBA 571) graduate course at Loras College.
WHO: Open to anyone with a Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution interested in professional development, continuing education credits, or personal enrichment.
WHEN: Tuesday nights from 6:30-8:30 p.m. May 19th- June 30th (online) and Saturday/Sunday July 11th-12th from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. (in person at the Loras campus). *Please note that given the rapidly changing COVID-19 situation, other arrangements will be made should the in-person weekend not be able to be held in-person.
COST: $2,160 for the entire course (employer tuition reimbursement accepted).
To register for the course: simply complete the free online application at loras.edu/apply (select “Graduate Non-Degree or Licensure Student” as the Admit Type), and email unofficial copies of transcripts from each institution attended to Megan Henderson, Director of Admission for Graduate and Postbaccalaureate Programs (email@example.com).
Want more? Check out Loras’ new Graduate Certificate in Applied Analytics program: https://www.loras.edu/academics/graduate/applied-analytics/