The Automotive Dealership Fundamentals Certificate program provides aspiring automotive leaders with the skills necessary for success in the management of today’s complex and changing automotive dealerships and distribution systems. This program offers theory and practical application focused on one of three specialized tracks: Fixed Operations Management, Variable Operations Management, and General Management. The curriculum teaches solid fundamentals for both the present and future of automotive retailing. Learn the techniques to grow your competitive advantage from those who set the standards in automotive excellence.
To receive a Certificate in Automotive Dealership Fundamentals from Keiser University, the student must complete 15 credit hours. Courses in the Automotive Dealership Fundamentals Certificate program are four weeks in length and conducted online. A student can complete the Automotive Dealership Fundamentals Certificate program in as few as five months. In addition to the online courses, there is a 2-3-day residency (depending on the track) on the Keiser University Flagship Campus in West Palm Beach, FL.
Upon completion of the Automotive Dealership Fundamentals Certificate program, students are able to:
- Comprehend and apply current concepts of automotive dealership and vehicle retail management operations
- Comprehend, discuss, and apply regulatory and ethical practices
- Enhance research, communication, and presentation skills using professional literature
- Improve written and verbal competencies, as well as analytical skills
- Demonstrate the integration of knowledge and professional skills in specific areas of this certificate
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From 24/7 access to course materials to the encouragement of instructors who truly care about your education, you’ll have the flexibility, convenience, and interactive support you need to pursue your degree and career goals.
In addition to the online courses, there is a 2-3-day residency (depending on the track) on the Keiser University Flagship Campus in West Palm Beach, FL.