MBA Certificates


MBA Certificates

 

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Business Fundamentals Certificate (Non-degree)

Objectives & Goals

Business Fundamentals MBA certificate focuses on the fundamentals of business such as accounting, finance, marketing, operations and leadership. Students have the opportunity to practice these skills through real-world case studies as well as through integration of their knowledge in larger projects. This program provides thorough overview of all critical management functions and is suitable for learners with minimal management education background.

 

 

Program Mode (Delivery): 100% online program though CALIMT’s LMS.

 

Curriculum

COURSECREDIT
TOTAL6 courses (12 credits)
ACC500 Financial Accounting3 credits (8 weeks)
FIN500 Corporate Finance3 credits (8 weeks)
MGT500 Leadership in Business3 credits (8 weeks)
MKT500 Marketing Management3 credits (8 weeks)
OPM500 Operations Management3 credits (8 weeks)
MGT600 Business Ethics & Corporate Social Responsibility3 credits (8 weeks)
Visit the Course Descriptions page to read more about each subject matter.

Admission Requirements
  • Undergraduate degree from an institution of higher education that is accredited by an agency recognized by one of the following:
    • US Department of Education
    • Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA)
    • An accepted foreign equivalent that is listed in the International Handbook of Universities
    • The government of the country in which the degree was awarded
  • English proficiency evidence (recommended)

Cross-cultural Management Certificate (Non-Degree)

Objectives & Goals

Cross-Cultural Management MBA certificate focuses on the practical skills in global business such as communication, negotiation, and conflict resolution. Students have the opportunity to practice these skills through real-world case studies as well as through integration of their knowledge in larger projects. This program the essential knowledge and skills to navigate today’s global business environment and is suitable for learners who want a relatively quick introduction to working in international environment.

 

Program Mode (Delivery): 100% online program though CALIMT’s LMS.

Curriculum

COURSECREDIT
TOTAL3 courses (6 credits)
IBU500 Global Business Communication3 credits (8 weeks)
IBU610 Negotiation Across Cultures1.5 credits (4 weeks)
IBU6XX Doing Business In... Elective I1.5 credits (4 weeks)
*IBU6XX Doing Business In... Electives (choose 2): America, Mexico, Brazil, China, Korea, India, Middle East
Visit the Course Descriptions page to read more about each subject matter

Admission Requirements
  • Undergraduate degree from an institution of higher education that is accredited by an agency recognized by one of the following:
    • US Department of Education
    • Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA)
    • An accepted foreign equivalent that is listed in the International Handbook of Universities
    • The government of the country in which the degree was awarded
  • English proficiency evidence (recommended)

Global Business Leader Certificate (Non-degree)

Objectives & Goals

Global Business Leader MBA certificate focuses on the fundamentals of global business such as strategy, communication, and negotiation. Students have the opportunity to practice these skills through real-world case studies as well as through integration of their knowledge in larger projects. This program provides practical knowledge and skills to navigate today’s global business environment and is suitable for learners in multicultural workplace or conduct international business regularly.

Program Mode (Delivery): 100% online program though CALIMT’s LMS.

Curriculum

COURSECREDIT
TOTAL5 courses (10.5 credits)
STR500 Global Business Strategies3 credits (8 weeks)
IBU500 Global Business Communication3 credits (8 weeks)
IBU610 Negotiation Across Cultures1.5 credits (4 weeks)
IBU6XX Doing Business In... Elective I1.5 credits (4 weeks)
IBU6XX Doing Business In... Elective II1.5 credits (4 weeks)
*IBU6XX Doing Business In... Electives (choose 2): America, Mexico, Brazil, China, Korea, India, Middle East
Visit the Course Descriptions page to read more about each subject matter.

Admission Requirements
  • Undergraduate degree from an institution of higher education that is accredited by an agency recognized by one of the following:
    • US Department of Education
    • Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA)
    • An accepted foreign equivalent that is listed in the International Handbook of Universities
    • The government of the country in which the degree was awarded
  • English proficiency evidence (recommended)


Completion Requirements

Successful completion of the program occurs when passing grades are received in all courses and the cumulative grade point average is at least 2.0. Any tuition balance must be paid in full prior to receiving the Diploma, which is awarded upon successful completion of the program.

Grading Policy

The grading procedure utilizes a combination of tests, papers, exercises, and attendance. Each student’s overall grade point average must be at least a “C” (2.0) to receive a Diploma at the end of the program. The following scale is used when assigning final grades for completed courses. A grade of “F” in any course requires that the student repeat the course in order to be granted a Diploma. The new grade will replace the original grade for the purpose of calculating the cumulative grade point average.

Grades + Grade Points (GPA)

The grading procedure utilizes a combination of tests, papers, exercises, and attendance. Each student’s overall grade point average must be at least a “C” (2.0) to receive a Diploma at the end of the program. The following scale is used when assigning final grades for completed courses. A grade of “F” in any course requires that the student repeat the course in order to be granted a Diploma. The new grade will replace the original grade for the purpose of calculating the cumulative grade point average.

Percentage GradeLetter GradePoint
100A+4.33
93-99A4.00
90-92A-3.67
87-89B+3.33
83-86B3.00
80-82B-2.67
77-79C+2.33
73-76C2.00
70-72C-1.67
67-69D+1.33
63-66D1.00
60-62D-0.67
0-59F0.00
N/AIN/A
N/AWN/A

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