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According to department head Dr. William Donoher, “The certificate programs enable students to pursue a focused course of study that will enhance their knowledge base. Whether pursued as part of a graduate degree or as a stand-alone program, the certificate allows students to highlight and document a specific skill set when they enter the job market.”
Missouri State’s MBA program currently allows students to customize curriculum by completing 9 credit hours in electives within a specific field. By enrolling in one of the new graduate certificate programs, MBA candidates can officially document that expertise, providing a valuable resume point.
The new certificates might also appeal to working professionals (outside the MBA program) who wish to formalize knowledge learned on the job or enhance a career path by gaining a new skill set.
More about the new graduate certificates:
This program is a 12-hour experience providing an in-depth look at issues such as new venture management, sources of capital and growth management.
This program provides 12 hours of in-depth study of international business, including issues related to management, marketing and finance.
This program consists of 12 hours of focused study of leadership skills, theory, research as well as issues of self-assessment.
This program consists of 12 hours of in-depth study of current management research, international, human resource and operations management issues.
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A new leadership minor will be initiated in Spring 2014. We will be offering MGT 441 (Authentic Leadership) and 442 (a topics course that will be “Global Leadership” this time around to correspond to the Public Affairs Conference). Interested students can contact Dr. William Donoher or Professor Mike Merrigan for more information. Prerequisites for 441 can likely be waived and possibly for 442 on an individual basis.
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