Sep 18, 2018  
2007-2008 Graduate Studies Bulletin 
2007-2008 Graduate Studies Bulletin [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

Business Programs, C.A.S.

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Offered by the Zarb School of Business and the Center for Continuing Education and Professional Advancement, these advanced graduate certificates in business programs enable individuals who already possess graduate degrees in business to either refocus their careers or update and expand upon specific business skill sets. Individuals who possess professional degrees in other areas, e.g., medicine or law, may also find these programs of interest as an expedient means of achieving expertise in a particular business function. All courses are taught by Zarb School of Business faculty. Each of the following programs consists of six graduate-level courses for a total of 18 credits (exclusive of prerequisites in some programs); at least 12 credits must be taken in residence:

Accounting; Banking; Business Computer Information Systems; Corporate Finance; General Management; Human Resources Management; International Business; Investment Management; Marketing; and Taxation.

Objectives of the Advanced Certificate Program

  • Enable qualified individuals holding M.B.A.s or other professional graduate degrees to earn certificates of achievement by completing 18 additional credits of graduate work in business. These programs are of value for those seeking to update skills in a particular field or to learn more about other functions of a firm.
  • Offer these certificates in several specialized areas.
  • Stimulate interest in business careers and encourage lifelong learning opportunities.
  • Provide appropriate counseling and advisement.

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