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The Graduate Certificate in Business Fundamentals offers you the opportunity to develop the professional skills employers seek while gaining exposure to a variety of careers. You will complete core and elective courses that introduce the structure and culture of non-academic organizations and provide professional development opportunities.
The Materials Research Society aims to build a dynamic, interactive, global community of materials researchers to advance technical excellence by providing a framework in which the materials disciplines can convene, collaborate, integrate and advocate.
AAPS is an international, professional and scientific society that was created by Les Bennet in 1986. It currently has over 12,000 members who are employed in:
- other research institutes worldwide
Founded in 1986, AAPS provides a dynamic international forum for the exchange of knowledge among scientists to enhance their contributions to health. AAPS offers timely scientific programs, ongoing education, opportunities for networking, and professional development.
At UNC, AMCP has become the pre-eminent student organization for pharmacy students interested in careers in managed care pharmacy, the biopharmaceutical industry, and others in systems-level healthcare decision-making. Through a variety of educational lectures, networking opportunities, case competitions, roundtable discussions, national conferences, longitudinal projects and more, students gain an understanding of pharmacists’ roles in these industries, the stakeholders that comprise them, key issues shaping them, and skills necessary for success in them.
The Duke Advanced Professional Degree Consulting Club (Duke APDCC) was founded in September of 2012 by Jainil Shah, an engineering student seeking to create an organization to provide resources and foster the skills of advanced degree students interested in the field of consulting. Since its inception, Duke APDCC has become the premier and largest graduate consulting club on Duke’s campus.
KickStart Venture Services, a department within the UNC-Chapel Hill Office of Technology Commercialization, supports faculty startup formation, business development, and growth by providing coaching and mentoring, early-stage funding, connection with key service providers, management, investors, and space. Over the years, KickStart Venture Services has had an incredible impact on startups.