MIDLAND, Mich. Industry professionals who have earned their Automotive Aftermarket Professional (AAP) and/or Master Automotive Aftermarket Professional (MAAP) certifications will be considered for special scholarship assistance when enrolled in the new Aftermarket Executive MBA degree program from Northwood University’s Devos School of Graduate Management.
The AAP and MAAP designations are awarded by the University of the Aftermarket to industry professionals who participate and complete continuing education programs offered and/or accredited by the University of the Aftermarket.
“The AAP and MAAP certifications are more than just sources of pride; they’re also proven paths to career advancement and, now, significant financial support in the form of scholarship assistance for those pursuing an MBA,” said Brian Cruickshank, AAP, director of the University of the Aftermarket.
The first program of its kind, Northwood University’s Aftermarket Executive MBA is a highly manageable, executive focused program designed to accommodate the career and personal demands of today’s aftermarket professionals. The admissions process for this 30-month program which will combine personalized online instruction with five weeklong scheduled classroom sessions is open through mid-April.
For more information regarding Northwood University’s Aftermarket Executive MBA program, including scholarship opportunities, please contact Matthew Bennett of the University’s DeVos Graduate School of Management at (989) 837-4325 or [email protected]. Additional program information also is available online at www.northwood.edu/graduate.