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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.  

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Upcoming Courses

June 13

BAC225 – CBAP/CCBA Certification Prep Bootcamp

June 20

ITIL11 – ITIL V3 Continual Service Improvement Lifecycle

July 10

AGI150 – Agile Implementation Workshop

July 24

BAC125 – Business Analysis Success 3.0

July 31

SEC040 – Incident Response and Computer Forensics



ITIL V3 Continual Service Improvement Lifecycle begins June 20

Have you successfully completed the ITIL Foundation Certification and want to gain enhanced knowledge of Continual Service Improvement?  We will be offering ITIL V3 Continual Service Improvement Lifecycle where you will learn the purpose of service measurement, the 7-step improvement process, and the goals and scope of CSI. This course will run June 20 - 22, taught by Technology & Leadership Center Instructor Ken Wendle. This course does include a 90-minute multiple-choice certification exam.  

Register for the June 20 course now.