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TMMBA Continuing Education

There are many opportunities to continue learning after graduation – from guest speaker events and an alumni book group to continuing education courses designed for TMMBA alums.

Class Audits
As an alum, you are welcome to audit a TMMBA class on a space available basis. Contact if you are interested and we will send you the syllabus and confirm your seat in the course. View the current class schedule.

Alumni Book Group
The TMMBA Alumni Book Group meets a few times each year. It’s a great opportunity to connect with fellow alums, stretch your brains, and keep up on current business books. The location varies and discussions are led by a TMMBA faculty member or alum. Check the alumni event calendar for the next event.  Would you like to lead a discussion or recommend a book? Contact TMMBA.

Technology at the Top Guest Speaker Series
The Tech @ the Top series showcases successful leaders and entrepreneurs. Students and alumni come together to network and hear first-hand the leadership philosophies and strategies for success that have transformed these speaker’s careers.

Continuing Education Courses 
TMMBA offers one to two continuing education courses each year. These are a great opportunity to get back into the classroom! Courses are typically held on one or two evenings or an all-day Saturday. There is a small fee to cover the instruction, materials, and meals. Past topics include Marketing Professional Services, Entrepreneurial Finance, and Strategy.

Taking Classes on Campus
On a limited basis, individuals that meet the requirements for Graduate Non-matriculated (GNM) student status at the UW are eligible to take MBA courses on campus without being degree seeking students. This involves applying to the UW Graduate School and MBA Program for GNM status. 

Foster Leaders to Legends Breakfast Lecture Series
Continue your business education at the Leaders to Legends Breakfast Series. The Foster School brings local, regional, and world-renowned leaders to campus each month during the academic year for alumni, students, faculty and the greater Foster community.