Financial and Resource Management, Certificate
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The Certificate is designed to complement graduate degree programs offered within the Moore School of Business. It is designed to enhance the student’s career opportunities by providing preparation in areas critical to those working within the finance and accounting function in private and public sector organizations. Requirements for admission to the Certificate program are the same as those for the Moore School MBA program.
Certificate Requirements (12 Hours)
|Select at least six hours of the following:||6|
|Financial Accounting in the Global Environment|
|Management Accounting in the Global Environment|
|Legal Issues for Accountants & Managers|
|Governmental and Nonprofit Accounting|
|Accounting Information Systems from a Strategic Perspective|
|Financial Statement Analysis|
|Accounting for Management Control|
|Advanced Financial Management|
|Select at least four hours of the following:||4|
|Global Supply Chain and Operations Management|
|Global Sourcing: Strategies and Applications|
|Management of Human Capital|
|Total Credit Hours||10|
A student may pursue the certificate simultaneously with pursuing other graduate degrees in business and students are allowed to use up to 9 credit hours taken as part of the certificate for degree requirements. Students enrolled in a degree program within the Moore School of Business should seek admission to the certificate program prior to the completion of 24 hours of degree coursework. Students who earn a certificate and then enroll in a degree program may also use up to 9 credit hours from the certificate toward the completion of degree requirements, provided the degree is awarded within four years of the completion of the certificate.