Classes & Research
The following is a listing of classes and programs on corporate governance which have come to our attention. Please let us know about other programs. See also, our list of corporate governance centers. Google search of scholarly articles. IRRC Institute at SSRN. Academic Research on Activist Investing (The Activist Investor)
Columbia University – executive education
The Conference Board offers Directors Education. “The Directors’ Institute’s practical, time-efficient programs allow your directors to stay abreast of trends in governance and meet the challenges of their unprecedented responsibility and accountability.
Deloitte – Board Evaluations, Education and Development
Directors’ Consortium – a joint offering by The University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, Stanford Law School, and The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania
Dublin – Institute of Directors’ Centre for Corporate Governance at University College
Indiana University – Institute for Corporate Governance
ISS ends Accredited Director Education Program
John L. Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance, Lerner College of Business & Economics, University of Delaware
Certificate in Ethics and Corporate Governance (New York University School of Continuing and Professional Studies)
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill – Corporate Governance Director Program
Northwester University – Kellogg Governance Programs
University of Pennsylvania – While it isn’t specific to corporate governance, [email protected] High School often touches the subject. Rare for high school.
San Diego State University – Corporate Governance Institute (CGI)
Silicon Valley Chapter of NACD – educational programs. Upcoming and archive of podcasts, Ning network
Stern School of Business at New York University. search “corporate governance”
University of Toronto, Rotman, Directors Education Program (DEP), Canada
Tulane University certificate in Corporate Governance
York University, Professor Richard W. Leblanc, Corporate Governance and Financial Accountability (click twice), Winter 2011.
Virtual Chancery Court is a law school course designed to provide students with insights into the judicial decision making process and the substantive law governing battles for control of corporations. The title of the course alludes to the Delaware Court of Chancery, which is widely regarded as the nation’s premier court on matters of corporate law. The course has been developed by Professor D. Gordon Smith of Lewis & Clark Law School and Professor Lawrence A. Hamermesh of Widener University School of Law (Delaware Campus), both of whom are Delaware lawyers.
UCLA Anderson School of Management is hosting the Director Training and Certification Program. Designed for executives, and officers of private and public companies, the program covers every aspect of being a successful corporate director, including SEC regulations, FASB considerations, NYSE rules, and current best practices in corporate governance. For information go on the web to Director Training and Certification Program