Northwood University’s Aftermarket Executive MBA degree program is entering the final weeks of the application/registration period for the 2010 class. Qualified automotive and commercial vehicle aftermarket professionals who are interested in earning their MBA degree are encouraged to contact Northwood’s Graduate Admissions team before December 18. The Aftermarket Executive MBA program features a 30-month schedule blending brief on-campus sessions combined with Web-based instruction to accommodate the needs of today’s career-minded professionals. The incoming class will begin study online January 11, 2010, and the first of five on-campus sessions will begin February 15, 2010, on the Northwood University campus in Midland, Mich. Led by faculty of the University’s acclaimed DeVos Graduate School of Management, the curriculum includes a required “capstone” project that must demonstrate a minimum business EBIT benefit of $75,000 to the student’s employer. In reality, however, similar student projects completed through the DeVos School have resulted in an average of more than $450,000 in cost savings or revenue increases to participants’ organizations. For more information regarding admissions, program content and requirements, please visit the DeVos website at www.northwood.edu/graduate or call (800) 622-9000.