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Think Critically. Act Wisely. Work Skillfully.

At the University of St. Thomas, we are all for the common good. Within Executive Education, this means we provide opportunities to gain practical business skills from dedicated and experienced faculty who will help you make a difference in your organization. Whether you are looking for new opportunities, changing careers, aiming to make a greater impact on your team or looking to bring new programming into your organization we have options designed to take you and your team to the next level. The end goal is to help you think critically, act wisely and work skillfully all for the common good.

Featured Programs

Microsoft® Project for Program and Project Managers

Understand the basic aspects of Microsoft® Project and learn advanced formatting techniques to customize fields, filters, tables, forms and reports.

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The Coach Approach to Management Program

 Three participants at table.

The Coach Approach to Management Program focuses on building managerial skills to foster relationships and build trust.

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In business, knowledge is power. The University of St. Thomas Executive Education programs will give you a competitive edge with practical, real-world classes to enhance your skills and challenge your mind. Explore our many options to bring up-to-date knowledge back to your organization and maximize your leadership potential! 

Participant Testimonials

Physician Leadership College

“It’s hard to imagine that studying leadership could be more difficult than a board review course. It’s also hard to imagine that the UST PLC could be so crucial to physician leaders, but it is true.” 

– Michael Van Scoy, MD Medical Director, Payor Strategy and Care Management, Essentia Health

Custom Programs

“We know that in our partnership with the University of St. Thomas we’re creating an executive development experience that will drive change in our organization.”

– Mary Morand, Senior Vice President, Learning & Development and Talent Management, US Bank