Executive Management Program


This six month online program is designed for professionals who just got out of the undergraduate school and wishes to meet their differential. Created on the forward thinking and latest business practices, this program empowers you to fulfill your personal and business needs, now and in the future.

 Caio Rafael Peppe

Master in Business Administration from UFPE, he has extensive experience as an international executive in countries such as United States, Brazil and Canada. He has been Academic and General Director of Laureate International Universities for 8 years. Also, he has created the CRP Consulting Group, acting since 1999 in the opening of international markets for companies worldwide.


International Business Management

This course addresses key issues in the creation and implementation of company strategies in the international environment, using a combination of case studies, problems, lectures and discussion, over a variety of companies and countries.

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Sports Business Management

The course will cover issues at the league level, the team level, the athlete/agent level, and the college level. The diverse constituencies with interests in sports issues (athletes, fans, media companies, advertisers, and legislators to name a few) will be discussed. Sports issues at a global level (the IOC) and both U.S. and outside U.S. will be covered.

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Human Resource Management

We begin by surveying the fundamentals of human resource management from the perspective of the organization’s overall strategy, then we focus on the question of motivation and, in particular, how organizations can successfully motivate their employees to provide “efforts” that go above and beyond the nominal specs of the particular job.

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Supply Chain Management

Supply chain management is an interdisciplinary field that emphasizes cross-functional links and seeks to manage those links to enhance a company’s competitive advantage.

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Social Brands Management

This course will help you understand how brands are built, managed and evaluated from a creative point of view. You will build on your understanding of brand integration in its various forms.

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Institutional Money Management

The object of this course is to study the money management industry from the perspective of the user an investor who wants to invest money.

Debt Markets Management

This course is intended for those who plan careers that may involve debt financing for their businesses or other investments, or involve trading or investing in debt instruments and their derivatives, including money-market instruments, government bonds, repurchase agreements, interest-rate swaps, mortgage-backed securities (MBS), corporate bonds, structured credit products, and credit derivatives.

Board Governance Management

The course is designed to help students understand the issues boards face – both routine and non-routine – through the eyes of the board member. By understanding the roles and responsibilities of board members and the mechanisms though which they exercise these duties, students will come away with an understanding of how boards function effectively (and in too many cases fail to function effectively).

Private Equity Management

This course covers the complete investment cycle, from the initial analysis of nature of the asset, through the selection and acquisition process, to disposal and capital realisation.
Alongside formal lectures you’ll benefit from case-based analysis, hear top-level industry speakers, and be able to review and discuss real-world examples of the challenging decisions encountered in the private equity industry.

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Marketing Management

The objectives of this course are to introduce students to the substantive and procedural aspects of marketing management and to sharpen skills for critical analytical thinking and effective communication. 

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China Business Management

This course is designed to provide students with a solid grasp of the socio-economic, business and political situation in China (with its challenges for China, the rest of the world and the planet).

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Engineering Risk Analysis Management

The techniques of analysis of engineering systems for risk management decisions involving trade-offs (technical, human, environmental aspects).

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Credit Risk Management

This course is designed to give participants the basic skills to understand the credit approval process in a new credit environment. It has the advantage of using many real-life case studies, giving delegates the opportunity to apply their theoretical knowledge to actual deal analysis. Delegates will examine deals in detail and, under instruction from the professor, they will analyse cases from both lender and borrower perspectives.

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Global Political Risk Managment

In a globalized world, managers and investors are increasingly realizing that politics matter as much as economic fundamentals.

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International Law

This course provides a general introduction to international aspects of modern legal practice, including both public and private international law.

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Strategic Management of Technology and Innovation

This course focuses on the strategic management of technology-based innovation in the firm. The purpose is to provide students with concepts, frameworks, and experiences that are useful for taking part in the management of innovation processes in the firm. The course examines how they can be managed effectively.

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Project Finance Management

This course will cover all the critical factors in project financing today, from identifying which projects to finance, to the negotiation tactics employed to achieve the best deals.

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Investment Management

The objective of this course is to develop the analytical skill sets required for risk and portfolio management in a global context.

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Finance Management

This course provides an introductory survey of the field of finance. It examines the agents, instruments and institutions that make up the financial system of the modern economy, such as bonds, the stock market, derivatives, and the money market.

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International Financial Management

This course is intended to provide students the tools needed to understand the global financial markets and the global business environment.

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