Earn a Valued Business Credential
At the D’Amore-McKim School of Business, we understand the challenge of finding a graduate program with the right focus areas and flexibility for working professionals.
The cornerstone of our Graduate Certificate programs is our individualized approach to graduate business education. With the support and guidance of our advisors, you can choose your own career-specific curriculum to gain the skills and knowledge you need to meet your specific professional goals today.
For the Passionate, Focused, Motivated and Self-Directed
If you already have a good idea of what you want to study, building your own curriculum can ensure you take all the right classes to meet your goals. This program offers the freedom to pursue deep learning in your specific areas of interest. Access learning you can use right away on the job, and start building credits to complete a degree when you are ready
Customized Business Education
With a personalized business curriculum, you will be able to:
- Create a graduate business certificate program tailored to your specific career goals
- Select any five courses from our MBA course catalogue that match your objectives
- Build a course sequence that meets your career or educational needs
- Determine a pace that fits your current personal and professional commitments
Build Your Schedule to Fit Your Life
In a program designed specifically for your unique needs, you can build your schedule to fit your life. Classes are offered on weekdays at 5:20 and 7:30 p.m., with additional options on Saturdays—so your commitment to your job and your graduate education are never compromised.
Take the specific courses that will get you where you want to be in your career now, and start earning credits toward an MBA or other master’s degree in the future.
Explore Courses in Your Area of Interest
Upon successful completion of the program, you will earn a Graduate Certificate in Business Administration—a valuable credential from a top-ranked university to set you apart from others in your field.