Post-Master's Certificate in Business

TAKE YOUR BUSINESS SKILLS TO THE NEXT LEVEL

This post-master’s certificate gives you the opportunity to take your business skills to the next level to either expand your current career or possibly focus your career in a new direction. Specializations include: Advanced Accounting, Criminal Justice, Financial Management, General Business, Health Care Administration, Homeland Security – Leadership & Policy, Management of Engineering and Technology, Project Management and Public Administration.

Northcentral University’s Post-Master's Certificate in Business was designed to help you develop your own business niche and get a taste for doctoral-level coursework. With just 18 credits to complete and nine professionally relevant specializations to choose from, NCU’s online Post-Master’s Certificate in Business is a quick and easy way to add to your business credentials. With this certificate, you’ll refine your existing knowledge while gaining a wealth of experience from your mentoring professors.

THIS PROGRAM AT A GLANCE

Available Specializations: 9 professionally relevant specializations
Total Credit Hours: 18 Credit Hours*
Courses: 6 Courses
Recommended Completion Time: 9 Months
Next Start Date: Every Monday
Classroom Size: One

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“In NCU’s Post-Master’s Certificate program, you will be introduced to doctoral-level coursework in business with an emphasis on applied experiential learning. Critical thinking and problem solving are two essential skills that you need to excel in business. This certificate program will challenge you in both of these areas. The School of Business and Technology Management continuously performs assessments to improve educational outcomes, and the courses associated with our Post-Master’s Certificates are of the same high caliber as our other program offerings.” - Dr. Peter Bemski, Dean of NCU's School of Business & Technology Management