Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Business
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There is significant competition in today’s marketplace and earning a post-baccalaureate certificate at Northcentral University can help you develop skill sets and knowledge beyond the bachelor’s degree level that may set you apart in your field or support your interests in another field that you may want to pursue further.
PURPOSE: The Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Business is designed to advance your knowledge and skills in a specific area of business.
If you’ve earned your bachelor’s degree, but want to further expand your knowledge and skills to develop your own niche, a certificate program can help you do it. With just 12 credits to complete and four professionally relevant specializations to choose from, the Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Business is a quick and easy way to set yourself apart in your field.
OUTCOMES: You will be introduced to graduate-level coursework in business with an emphasis on applied experiential learning (act, think, conceptualize and apply).
Critical thinking and problem solving are two essential skills that you need to successfully complete graduate level coursework and excel in business. This certificate program will challenge you in both of these areas as you complete your assignments and advance your understanding of business theories and practices in your field.
The School of Business and Technology Management continuously performs assessments to improve educational outcomes. Assessment includes evaluating individual competencies and program and course objectives. Learn More
ACHIEVEMENTS: Upon completion of the certificate, you will be prepared to put your newfound knowledge and skills to work or continue your higher education pursuits at the master’s degree level.
The courses in your certificate program coincide with master’s degree programs at NCU and can be applied for transfer credit if you continue your studies at NCU at the master’s degree level.
In addition to NCU’s regional accreditation from the HLC, our business programs in the School of Business and Technology Management have received programmatic accreditation from the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). ACBSP promotes continuous improvement and recognizes excellence in the accreditation of business education programs around the world.