UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School

Online Programs

UNC Executive Development seeks out every occasion to enhance learning and takes advantage of emerging technologies, techniques and ideas including the use of a virtual learning environment. Using digital technology, we have built a suite of online programs to address the need of business leaders for high-quality executive education with the flexibility of learning on their own schedule.

Our online programs provide the same immersive learning experience as our in-person programs and enable collaboration with other participants and faculty through our virtual learning environment. Courses are taught by renowned UNC Kenan-Flagler faculty and provide the ability for individuals or teams within an organization to develop critical leadership skills from anywhere in the world.

Whether you’re interested in a certificate or in developing a single skillset, you can choose from leadership and executive development programs in a variety of categories, including:

  • Data Analytics
  • Negotiations and Influence
  • Leadership Effectiveness
  • Sales and Marketing
  • Strategy and Innovation

ExecDev Online

The University of North Carolina Kenan-Flagler Business School and Fortune are partnering to offer new executive education programs for leaders to develop their business expertise using the flexibility of virtual interactive learning. Bolstered by independent online coursework and threaded with exclusive Fortune interviews with C-suite executives, ExecDev online offers you and other working professionals the ability to accelerate leadership development anywhere in the world.

UNC Business Essentials

UNC Business Essentials is an online certificate program that gives you the opportunity to learn key business principles, gain a valuable credential on completion, and thereby differentiate yourself in the job market or be able to make a stronger impact in your career. UBE is designed to provide applicable knowledge on subjects such as marketing channels, budget management, economic drivers, and communication skills to complement learners’ existing education or experience and was developed with the flexibility needed to allow participants to decide when to start and when to work on it.