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Management Graduate Certificate

To earn the Management Graduate Certificate students complete at least five of the courses listed below. You can select coursework to focus on a specific management specialty (e.g. Human Resource or Quality Management). Some courses are not offered in every semester. You will work with an advisor in the School of Business to create an individualized plan that will complete the certificate and the focus you select. Some courses also have prerequisites.

Certificate Courses (3 Graduate Credits Each)

Required Certifcate Courses

  1. BUS 601 Executive Communications
  2. BUS 603 Organizational Development and Behavior

Additional Certificate Courses(choose any three):

  1. BUS 616 Business Ethics
    Prerequisite: BUS 603, or consent of the instructor
  2. BUS 618 Managing Information and Technology
    Prerequisite: BUS 602, 603, 604, 605, or consent of the instructor
  3. BUS 721 Legal Aspects of Employment
    Prerequisite: BUS 504 or equivalent, or consent of the instructor
  4. BUS 732 Developing Self-Directed Work Teams
    Prerequisite: BUS 603, or consent of the instructor
  5. BUS 736 Human Resource Management
    Prerequisite: BUS 603, or consent of the instructor
  6. BUS 738 Entrepreneurship (Fall)
    Prerequisite: BUS 603, or consent of the instructor
  7. BUS 739 International Management
    Prerequisite: BUS 603, or consent of the instructor
  8. BUS 761 Introduction to Quality Improvement
    Prerequisite: BUS 503, or consent of the instructor
  9. BUS 762 Planning for Total Quality
    Prerequisite: BUS 761, or consent of the instructor

Certificate Prerequisites

The following prerequisites are to be completed before, or simultaneously with, beginning the Management Graduate Certificate Program:

  • Computer Skills: Computer proficiency to include basic systems operations, word processing, Excel spreadsheets and database applications, and some experience with Power Point presentation software.
  • Mathematics: Proficiency at the level of college algebra is required.

 

Edgewood Coursework Satisfying Prerequisites

Students needing additional coursework to satisfy prerequisites may take the following courses. Courses you have taken at other institutions may also meet these requirements. Your advisor will review your transcripts to identify which prerequisites you've met.

  • CS 150: Introduction to Information Systems
  • BUS 500: Algebra Review for Graduate Business
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