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In today's fast-paced world, individuals frequently find themselves in new positions that require additional or updated education. Whether you already have a MBA and want to broaden your background in a specific field, are interested in just taking courses in a specific field, or are interested in a starting point for a MBA, the Graduate Certificate program offered by the Graduate School of Business Administration at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs may be the perfect solution for you.

Graduate Certificate courses are taught by full-time, doctorally qualified faculty of the University of Colorado Colorado Springs.

Course Curriculum

Each graduate certificate consists of 12 hours (4 of the following courses) of graduate course work in a specific field of study, in addition to any required prerequisites.
  • INTB 6100/6190 Managing in Global Markets
  • INTB 6990 Regional Business Environment: Europe
  • INTB 6991 Regional Business Environment: Asia
  • FNCE 6400/6490 International Financial Management
  • MKTG 6900/6990 International Marketing and Export Mgmt
*Prerequisites: FNCE 6000/6090 is prerequisite for FNCE 6400/6490. MKTG 6000/6090 is a prerequisite for MKTG 6900/6990. INTB 6990 and INTB 6991 are DMBA classes and are international trips that requires instructor approval. (Note: only one study abroad trip may be applied to the area of emphasis)

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Gainful Employment Certificate

Gainful Employment Programs are standalone Title IV-eligible Certificate Programs. Title IV Programs are eligible for Federal Student Aid Grants, Federal Student Aid Loans or Federal Student Aid Work-Study.

For more information regarding graduation rates, the median debt of students completing our certificate programs, and other important information, please visit the University of Colorado Colorado Springs Institutional Research.