Management Post MBA Certificate
The Management Post MBA certificate provides you with the tools, theory and practical knowledge required to function in an international business environment.
What is the Management Post MBA Certificate?
The Management Post MBA Certificate is interdisciplinary in nature and focuses on the differences between the business environment in the United States and foreign countries. There is a concentrated focus on helping you develop excellent oral, written and team communication skills, all of which are important elements of being a leader. You will also study various other skills that are imperative to a role in management, including:
- Corporate social responsibility
- Business ethics
- Cutting edge, current and relevant research skills
- Leadership development
What Can I Do With a Management Post MBA Certificate?
This program is ideal for corporate executives, business owners and individuals who aspire to take on leadership positions in a wide range of industries. This program's global focus will also prepare you for leadership at a multinational corporation. Those who complete the Management Post MBA certificate program have gone on to pursue high-level roles as:
- Chief Executive Officers (CEOs)
- Chief Operations Officers (COOs)
- Chief Marketing Officers (CMOs)
- Operations directors
- Executive directors
- Office managers
- Marketing directors
- Human resources directors
How Will a Management Post MBA Certificate from Saint Joseph's University Enhance My Career?
You will have the opportunity to engage with highly regarded faculty who are established professionals in their field. You will also have the chance to learn from and engage with colleagues in your class, many of whom are established professionals seeking to enhance their management skills.
Taking into account the rapid speed of change that characterizes the twenty-first century, the faculty at Saint Joseph’s University have developed courses with opportunities for creative thinking, application of technology and innovative ways to approach the future of business management.