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Our unique graduate training program offers opportunities to customize your education by selecting specific credentials that are compatible with your career goals. Through your interdisciplinary coursework through the Beacom School of Business, the School of Education, the School of Law and the College of Arts & Sciences, you will gain a wide variety of professional skills that are demanded by the current STEM job market. Students may also develop alternative microcredentials of non-STEM courses in fields such as public policy or science writing and editing.

The following list of courses are representative examples of microcredential courses.

Entrepreneurship

  • New Venture Planning & Development
    ENTR 581 - 3 credits
  • New Venture Creation
    ENTR 582 - 3 credits

Analytics

  • Quantitative Analysis
    BADM 720
  • Data Mining for Managers
    DSCI 724

Health Services Administration

  • U.S. Health Services System
    HSAD 710
  • Managing Health Services Resources
    HSAD 770

Communication

  • Environmental Communication
    SPCM 518
  • Health Communication
    SPCM 540
  • Communication and Conflict Resolution
    SPCM 585
  • Team Building and Group Decision Making
    SPCM 587
  • Scientific Communications
    BME 715

Marketing

  • Foundations of Marketing and Organizational Behavior
    BADM 580
  • New Product Development
    MKTG 772

Accounting & Finance

  • Foundations of Accounting
    ACCT 520
  • Foundations of Finance
    BADM 505

Leadership Communications

  • Foundations of Marketing and Organizational Behavior
    BADM 580
  • Leadership Development
    BADM 761

Teaching

  • Adult Learning Theories
    AHED 701
  • College Curriculum
    AHED 751
  • Seminar in College Teaching
    AHED 882
  • Emerging Technologies in Teaching and Training
    TET 732

Technology Transfer

Primary Courses
  • Introduction to Intellectual Law
    LAW 860
  • Patent Law
    LAW 861
  • Business Organizations
    LAW 801
Secondary Courses 
  • Administrative Law
    LAW 805
  • Antitrust Law/Constitutional Protection
    LAW 859