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The University of the Aftermarket’s fall online training schedule has been released. The “Distance Learning” program will offer 35 fall semester courses.

The University of the Aftermarket is an educational alliance of the Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association, the Automotive Warehouse Distributors Association and the Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association. It is an operating unit of Northwood University.

The online classes sponsored by the University of the Aftermarket provides business, management and leadership education “to professionals in the motor vehicle aftermarket through on-line, custom, conference, and partnership educational opportunities,” according to the university.  

The Web-based courses allow participants to continue their progress toward an AAP or MAAP (Master Automotive Aftermarket Professional) designation after work and in their free time. Each course is certified for 3.0 Continuing Education Units (prerequisites may apply).

Registration is available through August 22, 2011, for the following Session I and Session II courses:

Session I (August 29-October 23)

ADV 1100, Principles of Advertising

AM 4670, Dealership General Management

AMM 1120, Aftermarket Manufacturing Management

AMM 2100, Heavy Duty Parts and Service Marketing

ECN 2210, Principles of Microeconomics

FIN 3010, Financial Management

MGT 2300, Principles of Management

MGT 3500, Operations Management            

MGT 3700, Practice of Management and Leadership

MGT 4030, International Management

MGT 4250, Organizational Behavior

MGT 4800, Strategic Planning

MKT 2080, Principles of Marketing

MKT 3000, E-Commerce

PHL 3100, Ethics

PHL 4100, Philosophy of American Enterprise

SOC 3450, The Culture of Leadership 

[PAGEBREAK]Session II (October 24-December 18)

AM 3650, Dealership Legal Issues, Finance and Insurance

AM 4650, Dealership Financial Statement

AMM 3600, Logistics and Supply Chain Management

AMM 4130, Aftermarket Management Research

ECN 2220, Principles of Macroeconomics

ECN 3000, International Trade

MGT 2300, Principles of Management

MGT 2500, Human Resource Management

MGT 3700, Practice of Management and Leadership

MGT 4030, International Management

MGT 4250, Organizational Behavior

MGT 4800, Strategic Planning

MKT 2080, Principles of Marketing

MKT 3100, International Marketing

MKT 3350, Lean Distribution

PHL 3100, Ethics

PHL 4100, Philosophy of American Enterprise

SOC 3450, The Culture of Leadership

For detailed course descriptions and to register for a course, visit the “Course Calendar” page at www.universityoftheaftermarket.com.

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