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From Business Certificate to Master's Degree
We've got a new way to build your business career.

You can now transfer some of your UCSC Silicon Valley Business Administration certificate program credits toward a master's degree in Business Administration or master's degree in Technology Management at Notre Dame de Namur University.

Learn more about this new career pathway at this informal virtual Q&A with leaders from both university programs.


• Reynold H Lewke, M.S., M.B.A, LLB., Chair/Instructor, UCSC Silicon Valley Business Administration certificate program

• James Fogal, Ph.D., Dean/Professor, NDNU School of Business and Management

Dec 2, 2021 06:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Reynold Lewke, , M.S., M.B.A, LLB.
Instructor/Chair Business Administration Certificate Program @UCSC Silicon Valley Professional Education
Corporate attorney, litigator, author, and business advisor, runs his own strategic talent management consulting and executive search firm. He has worked with startups and global Fortune 100 companies integrating engineering, business, and legal perspectives. He offers actionable insights into issues ranging from domestic and international contracts to products liability, technology, human resources, and construction. Reynold, a certified personal trainer and Ironman coach with more than 22 Ironman distance races behind him, also offers career coaching services for professionals and fitness and personal training services.
James Fogal, Ph.D.
Dean/Professor @Notre Dame de Namur University
He joined the NDNU family as an associate professor and director of the school’s graduate programs in 2006 and was appointed to serve as dean of the School of Business and Management a year later. Previously Dr. Fogal taught undergraduate and graduate courses in Analytics & Information Systems, Information Sciences & Technology, and Systems Integration for the University of Phoenix. He also held senior management positions at Cisco Systems, Exodus Communications, and UPS. He earned a Ph.D. from Walden University in Applied Management and Decision Sciences/Operations Research and MS and BS degrees in Industrial Engineering and Technology from California State University, Fresno.