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CERT Post-Baccalaureate Certificate Business Management specialization


Gain a strong foundational understanding of business management as well as enhanced skills in leadership, business communication, critical thinking, and problem solving with Capella University's online Business Management certificate. This certificate program emphasizes fundamental business knowledge thorough exposure to accounting, finance, marketing, operations, and strategy. You'll walk away with relevant skills and abilities to advance your career and achieve your professional and personal goals.

Comprised entirely of MBA courses, the Business Management certificate offers an opportunity to earn a marketable credential in as little as 8 months–and earn credits that can be transferred into an MBA program.

FlexPath: New Self-Paced Learning Option

Earn your Certificate in Business Management with Capella's FlexPath, a new way to complete your certificate on your own schedule. With FlexPath, you'll take advantage of the knowledge you already have to move quickly through more familiar subjects, while moving more slowly as needed to gain new knowledge and skills. You will develop the same skills as Capella's traditional online certificates—and earn the same certificate—only in a more efficient, personalized way.

To learn more about this certificate program, request more information and we will match you with an enrollment counselor who specializes in your area of study.

*In accordance with U.S. Department of Education (ED) direct assessment approval requirements, a notification to the ED is in process so that the Post-Baccalaureate Certificate FlexPath programs in Business Management, Entrepreneurship, Business Intelligence and Management Consulting may be eligible for federal financial aid. These certificate programs are currently not approved for federal financial aid. Capella University will keep applicants and learners interested in FlexPath fully informed of any decisions made by the ED.