Anderson School of Management provides holders of a graduate degree an opportunity to further their professional management education. Whether you are updating professional knowledge, extending skills into new areas, or broadening your managerial outlook, the Certificate program offers an opportunity to reach those goals in a short, flexible time frame.
The Post-Master's Certificate in Management program offered by the Anderson School of Management provides holders of the M.B.A. or other management-related Master's degree from an AACSB-accredited institution an opportunity to further their professional management education through the regular graduate course offerings of the School. With approval from the Dean's office or their designee (such as the Entrance and Credits committee or concentration advisor), admission to Post-Master's certificate programs may be granted to holders of Master's or terminal degrees in fields outside of business.
The Post-Master's Certificate in Management program consists of five courses (15 credit hours) to be selected by the student and approved by a faculty member at the time of admission. The courses must be completed within four years, and a 3.0 ("B") average is required for the certificate.
Post-Master's Certificate FAQ
Changes in Your Program
Any changes in the proposed coursework must be approved in advance by the appropriate faculty advisor and filed with the Graduate Programs Office.
What is the time limit for completion of the program?
May other coursework be substituted for listed courses?
The Faculty Advisor must approve all coursework and any changes.
May non-degree credit hours be transferred for credit in this program?
A maximum of six (6) credit hours completed in non-degree status may be approved for transfer toward the fifteen-hour certificate requirement. Only grades of A or B are acceptable for the course to count toward the certificate requirement. The student must submit a petition requesting transfer and clarifying the circumstances under which he or she is submitting the request.
What is the policy regarding probations and suspensions?
Students must maintain an overall grade-point average of 3.0 with only three hours of a grade of C allowed toward completing certificate requirements. Incomplete grades must be completed or removed during the semester following the one in which they were received.
All students enrolled in the Post-Masters Certificate Program are responsible for meeting all Anderson School and University academic policies.
What is the tuition cost of Post-Masters Certificate?
Anderson graduate level tuition fees apply to this program.
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