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Applied Management Principles

Purdue University AMP 2018 Applied Management Principals mini MBA program
Our AMP 2018 group, in front of Purdue's Union. Our annual mini-MBA program attracts professionals from many industries.

Join the Applied Management Principles program, Purdue's mini-MBA, to gain practical management training.

This professional development program is ideal for:

  • Entrepreneurs
  • Personnel Directors
  • Supervisors
  • Middle Managers
  • All business professionals taking on or aspiring to a higher-level leadership position

Our next AMP course will be May 16-20, 2022.  Deadline for registration May 9, 2022. Early Bird April 4, 2022. Register here

Classes are held in the Krannert Center for Executive Education and Research. Gain a wealth of knowledge and new skills in just five days, Monday through Friday.

AMP features:

  • Internationally recognized faculty who make Krannert one of the world's top-ranked business schools
  • Coursework in accounting, finance, marketing, negotiations, strategy, and more
  • Opportunity to earn CEUs (continuing education units) from Purdue University
  • Corporate networking dinner

Although there are no graded assignments or exams in the program, participants prepare readings, cases, problem sets, and related homework to bring out key ideas.

AMP has participants from various industries and job functions, as well as students in Purdue Ph.D. programs.

Bookends for Professionals

The AMP program offers additional instruction in small workshop settings exclusively for working professionals.

Professionals benefit from two bookend sessions, one at the beginning of the program and one at the end.

In the pre-session prior to the first class, business professionals will meet with a faculty member to discuss the objectives of the program and help participants develop their own personal goals and expectations. At the end of of the program, groups will again gather to discuss an implementation plan to ensure learning transfers to the workplace.

Contact Program Manager Brian Grimes at 765-494-1554 or amp@purdue.edu for more.