• Additional classroom space for Executive and Professional MBA classes, as well as Executive Education seminars
  • A new, tiered executive classroom with stadium seating for 50, with an adjacent conference room
  • Upgraded audio-visual equipment
  • Additional offices for staff
  • A new student lounge
  • A redesigned lobby
  • Sean Snaith, director of the Institute for Economic Competitiveness, was the keynote speaker on the first day, followed by UCF President John Hitt at the second event.

    “When your organizations sponsor employees to engage in our masters’ degree or executive education programs, those students bring back expertise and insights that make your organizations more productive – and competitive,” President Hitt said. “Students and their companies can benefit immensely from our vast network of nationally recognized faculty members and prominent executives in Central Florida.”

    To learn more about the EDC and its programs, please visit its website.