The Ross School of Business has partnered with the Washington Campus to bring unique hands-on course offerings to Ross students. The Washington Campus is a consortium of business schools founded with the goal of fostering understanding of and involvement in government processes through education.
Washington Campus MBA:
- LHC 688 Business and the Public Policy Process: How Washington Works and What Issues Matter is an intensive, one-week course held in Washington, D.C., that provides participants with first-hand exposure to the decision-making processes in federal government and an understanding of how public policy decisions impact business. Students may choose program dates between January—June, depending on eligibility. The March 3-7, 2014 session occurs during U-M Winter break.
BE 688 Washington D.C. Residential on Health Care Policy and Politics is an intensive, one-week course that provides students interested in health care policy with a deep introduction to the political and institutional context. Students will meet briefly on campus in April and travel to Washington, D.C. May 5-9, 2014.
Washington Campus BBA: LHC 488 Business and the Public Policy Process is an intensive, one-week course in Washington, D.C., designed to provide students with the frameworks, concepts, and tools needed to incorporate the public policy dimension into managerial decision making and strategic planning.
To learn more, visit the Washington Campus website.