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Practical Info

The 2021 Minority Business Executive Program will begin online and end with the last two days in person on UW campus in Seattle.

During my 20+ years in the corporate world, I have not experienced training and coursework as good as MBEP
Dennis BrooksFounder & President, Trio Native American Enterprises
Like our in-person courses, online courses from Executive Education are designed and led by Foster School faculty and taught using the same evidence-based research and application. Students will participate in discussions, breakout sessions, and direct interactions with our faculty. Courses are conducted via Zoom, which facilitates real-time interface between students and faculty via webcam and text-based chat.

Prior to the live class sessions, you will receive information about any pre-readings, assignments, or case studies that need to be completed before class.

In addition to the faculty, each course has an assigned Program Manager who will provide guidance throughout the course.

Location

This program has both an online and in-person component. Live online classes will take place from September 19 – 28, 2021. In-person classes begin at 3:00 p.m. PT on September 29 in the Bank of America Executive Center on the University of Washington campus. Travel and hotel expenses are not included in the tuition for the program. We urge those who are outside Washington state to plan their travel to Seattle early to be on campus for the September 29th in-person afternoon session. On September 30, we will gather for a full-day, in-person leadership workshop, followed by a graduation dinner and ceremony.

Bank of America Executive Center (BAEC)
University of Washington Main Campus
4275 NE Stevens Way
Seattle, WA 98195
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Parking

Parking will be provided for the September 29th and 30th on-campus sessions. You will receive a parking code from the program manager via email prior to the start of the class.

Commuter info

Please see these resources for information about commuting by bike, bus, or train:

Disability accommodation

The University is committed to providing access, equal opportunity, and reasonable accommodation in its services, programs, activities, education, and employment for individuals with disabilities. Please see this reference about submitting accommodation requests.