National Louis University’s Judah Viola, Ph.D., dean of the College of Professional Studies and Advancement, appeared in a Crain’s Chicago Business/Crain’s Custom Media roundtable feature on executive education and MBA programs in the Chicago area.
When asked who should be considering executive education, Viola responded, ” Great leaders come from all walks of life and all academic backgrounds. Many NLU students work in businesses as managers and supervisors and are looking to boost their success. We also have career-changers and aspiring leaders with great potential who are just starting out.”
Viola explained that National Louis University is expanding the definition of executive education to prepare leaders in related sectors, including education, human services, healthcare, government and nonprofits.
In fact, NLU’s College of Professional Studies and Advancement offers five distinct leadership master’s degrees: business administration, human resource management and development, healthcare administration, public administration, and human services management.
Read what Viola had to say in the Crain’s roundtable here.
Learn more about NLU’s executive education here.