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WashU Engineering offers new master's of health care operational excellence

The School of Engineering & Applied Science at Washington University in St. Louis is offering a new master's degree that will use engineering principles to dramatically improve health-care operations. The degree is launching in Fall 2017 and is designed for working professionals in health-care management, including physicians, nurses, pharmacists, lab technicians, imaging professionals, as well as, operations experts in other industries such as manufacturing and aerospace.  

To inquire about this program please visit opex.wustl.edu or contact us

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May 8

SEC010 – Network Traffic Analysis Using Wireshark

May 9

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May 16

BAC200 – Business Process Modeling and Redesign

June 5

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June 13

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Business Process Modeling and Redesign, begins May 16

Are you looking for ways to enhance your business processes, serve your customers and generate revenue? Our Business Process Modeling and Redesign course teaches each of these concepts and will begin May 16. Taught by Technology & Leadership Center Instructor Joe Nickrent, in this course you will learn how to: Identify and Document the business processes that most impact desired results. Eliminate and Develop business process requirements and engage business leaders, users, and customers in process change efforts.

Register for the May 16 course now