Program managers are your main point of contact for building, deploying and maintaining a program with Professional and Continuing Education. They steer the course creation process from concept to launch, and handle the day-to-day management of all of our programs, providing exceptional service and support to our instructors, partners, and learners alike.
Our program managers bring years of experience in:
Professional and Continuing Education program managers have worked with partners across campus to bring noncredit educational experiences to life, and we look forward to helping you do the same.
Program Managers review and evaluate your new program proposal, and schedule time with you and your team to learn more about your program goals. Through a collaborative effort, we work with you to develop a plan for project scope, financial projections and community impact.
Building a noncredit course can be a big undertaking, but your Program Manager can help make that lift manageable. We manage the overall build process, including project initiation, planning, execution and evaluation.
Your Program Manager acts as your primary PACE contact and serves as liaison to other PACE team members. You’ll work with us to activate enrollment, marketing and instructional design work.
Do you want to run your course once a year or once a term? Let Program Managers help you decide. In addition to monitoring course production, we can also help with course scheduling.
Financial management is an important yet time consuming part of effective project management. Your Program Manager can handle work orders and contracts, billing, revenue shares and reporting, and other aspects of your course finances, ensuring that your project stays within budget and on time for financial deliverables.
Your Program Manager is here to provide you with ongoing support and troubleshooting on a wide range of topics related to your course, including course updates, technical issues, learner communication and management, and more.
All Professional and Continuing Education Projects go through an intake process with program manager review and approval. Please email us if you have questions about the initial intake process, please email us and our office at .
Once a project is approved, a program manager will be assigned to you for the duration of your work with Professional and Continuing Education. If you would like to propose a program for our program managers to review, please fill out our intake form here.
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