Assessment of Graduate-level Credit

In this 48-credit program, you will study executive management and develop leadership skills and complete 16 three-credit courses that represent the major functional areas of management.

However, you may have already gained valuable knowledge through your management experience to date. Through academic assessments you may earn credit in up to eight of 16 course content areas.

Those eight content areas include: accounting and finance, managerial decision-making, managerial economics, management information systems, operations management, marketing management, human systems and behavior and high-performance management.

The maximum number of credits that can be assessed and certified is 24; however, the typical student has one or two areas that may be assessed. If successful, the assessed credit award reduces the 48-credit program by the number of credits awarded through the assessment process.

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