Graduate Certificate in Strategic Management
The Graduate Certificate in Strategic Management prepares future business leaders with strategic management principles by emphasizing the executive manager’s perspective and evaluating the strategy of various types of organizations in the global economy. Courses cover key areas associated with strategic management including corporate strategy, competitive strategy, corporate political and non-market strategy, business and government relations, strategic decision making, strategic networks, and strategic leadership. This program is valuable to individuals interested in the fields of consulting, business development, corporate strategy, corporate political strategy, sustainability, strategic compliance, and business and government relations.
Students must complete all of the required and elective credits from the course options below and are expected to maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or above. Courses completed as a non-degree student are not eligible for application towards the certificate requirements.
|MBAD 6288||Strategic Management (or SMPP 6290 in topic Strategy Concepts)|
|Two courses selected from the following:|
|SMPP 6202||Business-Government Relations|
|SMPP 6290||Special Topics (Strategic Leadership & Social Capital)|
|SMPP 6290||Special Topics (Strategic Negotiations in Society)|
|Once course selected from the following:|
|IBUS 6401||International Business Strategy|
|MGT 6253||Leadership and Executive Development|
|MKTG 6255||Strategic Brand Management|
|SMPP 6210||Strategic Environmental Management|
|SMPP 6218||Topics in Business and Society|
|SMPP 6290||Special Topics (Strategic Networking)|