Graduate Certificates

Regis Graduate Certificates are ideal for individuals who already hold an undergraduate or graduate degree in another area and would like to earn certification in a specialty, enhance their work-related knowledge and skills, or add credentials to their résumés. Graduate Certificates can be completed with 12 to 18 credit hours of study and can be applied directly toward a Master's degree.

Nevada Students: Select certificates are available online only. Please contact an enrollment counselor for more information.

School of Computer & Information Sciences

Database Administration with Oracle®

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Online-based courses: $690 /credit hour    Classroom-based courses: $660 /credit hour

This program is designed for students with data processing experience, who wish to develop specific skills and knowledge in Oracle’s database management systems. Academic study is enhanced through practical hands-on assignments in the labs using Oracle® software.

Requirements: 12 Credit Hours

  • MSCD 600  Database Architecture (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSCD 610  Database Concepts (3 Credit Hours)

Plus select 2 from the following:

  • MSCD 640  Database Administration (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSCD 642  Database Backup & Recovery (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSCD 644  Database Performance Tuning (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSCD 680  Advanced Database Technologies using OLAP (3 Credit Hours)

Database Development

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Online-based courses: $690 /credit hour    Classroom-based courses: $660 /credit hour

This program is designed for students with data processing experience, who wish to develop specific skills and knowledge in database management systems. Within the Database certificate program, students may select a track in Database Administration or Database Development. Academic study is enhanced through practical hands–on assignments in the labs using Oracle® software.

Requirements: 12 Credit Hours

  • MSCD 600  Database Architecture (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSCD 610  Database Concepts (3 Credit Hours)

Plus select 2 from the following:

  • MSCD 650  PL/SQL Programming (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSCD 670  Middleware Architectures and Database Applications (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSCD 676  Enterprise Portal Design using XML (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSCD 680  Advanced Database Technologies using OLAP (3 Credit Hours)

Enterprise Java™ Software Development

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Online-based courses: $690 /credit hour    Classroom-based courses: $660 /credit hour

This program is designed for students with software development experience, who wish to develop specific skills and knowledge in Enterprise Software Development using Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) platform. It includes advanced topics from the Java API, as well as Enterprise Architecture, Java Servlets, Java Server Pages, Enterprise JavaBeans, and other timely Java technologies.

Requirements: 12 Credit Hours

  • MSSE 670  Java Software Development (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSSE 672  Advanced Java Programming (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSSE 674  Enterprise Java Software Development (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSSE 676  Advanced Enterprise Java Software Development (3 Credit Hours)

Enterprise Resource Planning

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Online-based courses: $690 /credit hour    Classroom-based courses: $660 /credit hour

The academic graduate certificate in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) utilizing SAP software is 12-credit hours and is part of the Information Technology Management and M.S. in Organization Leadership graduate programs. ERP systems are comprehensive, complex, and pervasive in small, medium, and large businesses worldwide. SAP is a recognized world leader in ERP, and Regis University's School of Computer & Information Sciences is a member of the SAP University Alliances Program, enabling our faculty to educate students while preparing them for real-world work environments.

ERP systems address most business functions, and this curriculum is designed to introduce students to business process from a systems perspective. The enterprise-based curriculum will allow students to explore, in depth through case studies and research, the application of Enterprise Resource Systems, how they operate, and how they enable organizational objectives.

Requirements: 12 Credit Hours

  • MSCI 615  Business Process Engineering (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSCI 625  Supply Chain Management (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSCI 640  Enterprise Technology Management (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSCI 681  Enterprise Project Systems (3 Credit Hours)

Executive Information Technology

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Online-based courses: $690 /credit hour    Classroom-based courses: $660 /credit hour

The Executive Information Technology certificate’s major objective is to educate learners to be collaborative leaders in their organizations by bringing technology solutions and opportunities to the organization’s planning tables. Students who pursue this course of study explore methods and practices for positioning technology to achieve organizational objectives and contribute to organizational transformation. By studying the ethical implications of technology, students are directed to look at both positive and potentially harmful applications of technology to avoid or mitigate harmful aspects and maximize the positive.

Requirements: 12 Credit Hours

  • MSCI 600  Strategic Information Technology (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSCI 610  Ethics in Information Technology (3 Credit Hours)

Select 2 from the following:

  • MSCI 615  Business Process Engineering (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSCI 625  Supply Chain Management (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSCI 630  Knowledge Management (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSCI 640  Enterprise Technology Management (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSCI 660  Global E-Business (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSCI 680  Information Technology Project Management (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSCI 681  Enterprise Project Systems (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSCI 685  Emerging Technologies (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSIA 672  Managing a Secure Enterprise (3 Credit Hours)

Information Assurance

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Online-based courses: $690 /credit hour    Classroom-based courses: $660 /credit hour

Information Assurance is critical in today’s global environment. Courses are ideal for government employees, executive management, and anyone interested in homeland security. Career changers are also encouraged to apply! Courses investigate several common Information Assurance models (DoD, NSA, Telecom, Private Business) with emphasis on IT best practices.

Requirements: 12 Credit Hours

  • MSIA 670  Information Enterprise Assurance (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSIA 672  Managing a Secure Enterprise (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSIA 674  Planning & Implementing Architecture Security (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSIA 676  Securing & Protecting Systems Applications & Data (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSIA 678  Risk Management (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSIA 680  Computer Forensics (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSIA 682  Network Forensics (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSIA 684  IT Auditing (3 Credit Hours)

Software Engineering

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Online-based courses: $690 /credit hour    Classroom-based courses: $660 /credit hour

Covering topics ranging from Software Requirements, Quality, Testing, and Configuration Management, this program is designed for the student that wants a comprehensive knowledge in modern software engineering topics. In this program the student will be exposed to all aspects of the Software Engineering Body of Knowledge. Additional emphasis will be placed on modern software development technologies and techniques, such as Object-Oriented Design, the use of Middleware, and Enterprise Design Patterns. This program will provide today's Software Engineer with the knowledge to add value to the organization through the use of the ideas learned in this program. The program also provides specific instruction in the Java, C++, and C# programming languages.

Requirements: 12 Credit Hours

  • MSSE 600  Object Oriented Software Engineering (3 Credit Hours)

Plus select three from the following courses

  • MSSE 610  Software Requirements and Processes (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSSE 620  Software Construction, Tools, Methods (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSSE 630  Software Design (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSSE 640  Software Quality and Test (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSSE 645  Software Configuration Management, Maintenance (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSSE 670  Java Software Development (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSSE 672  Advanced Java Software Development (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSSE 674  Enterprise Java Software Development (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSSE 676  Advanced Enterprise Java Software Development (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSSE 680  C# Software Development (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSSE 682  Enterprise C# Software Development (3 Credit Hours)

Storage Area Networks

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Online-based courses: $690 /credit hour    Classroom-based courses: $660 /credit hour

The dramatic increase in exchange of highly valued data across an enterprise network has resulted in the need to better understand and manage SANs, NAS and DAS networks. This certificate focuses on timely and pertinent storage topics from design of access networks, virtualization of Enterprise data, backup/recovery and disaster recovery and management through hands–on experience with SAN hardware and software.

Requirements: 12 Credit Hours

  • MSCT 620  Access Networks (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSCT 650  High Availability and Disaster Recovery Systems (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSCT 662  Introduction to Storage Area Networks (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSCT 680  Enterprise Storage (3 Credit Hours)

Systems Engineering

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Online-based courses: $690 /credit hour    Classroom-based courses: $660 /credit hour

With the movement from server centric to data centric networks and the associated need to identify systems architectures that are reliable, sustainable and extensible MSCIT is offering a certificate in Systems Engineering. Upon completion of this certificate the student will master the service orientation architecture required to design, build and implement datacenter operations from data hosting best practices to application serving on the web.

Requirements: 12 Credit Hours

Choose 4 from the following:

  • MSCT 600  Network Essentials (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSCT 609  UNIX® Concepts (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSCT 620  Access Networks (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSCT 650  High Availability and Disaster Recovery Systems (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSCT 662  Introduction to Storage Area Networks (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSCT 664  Routing and Switching (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSCT 670 / MSIA 670  Information Enterprise Assurance (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSCT 672 / MSIA 672  Managing a Secure Enterprise (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSCT 674 / MSIA 674  Planning and Implementing Architecture Security (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSCT 676 / MSIA 676  Securing & Protecting: Systems, Applications, Data (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSCT 680  Enterprise Storage (3 Credit Hours)

Oracle and Java are registered trademarks of Oracle and/or its affiliates.

UNIX® is a registered trademark of The Open Group in the United States and other countries.

School of Education & Counseling

Adult Learning, Training, and Development

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Online-based courses: $465 /credit hour    Classroom-based courses: $465 /credit hour

The Academic Certificate in Adult Learning, Training, and Development is designed for current educators seeking to complement their current license, upgrade their skills and credentials, or as a segue into one of our Master of Education programs.

Requirements: 12 Credit Hours

  • EDAL 601  History and Methods in Adult Education (3 Credit Hours)
  • EDAL 631  Adult Learning and Development (3 Credit Hours)
  • EDAL 632  Facilitating Adult Learning (3 Credit Hours)
  • EDAL 633  Program Planning for Adult Education (3 Credit Hours)

Integrating Technology in the Classroom

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Online-based courses: $465 /credit hour    Classroom-based courses: $465 /credit hour

The Academic Certificate in Integrating Technology in the Classroom is designed for current educators seeking to complement their current license, upgrade their skills and credentials, or as a segue into one of our Master of Education programs.

Requirements: 12 Credit Hours

Required courses (must be taken in the following order):

  • EDTC 600  Pedagogical Practices in Instructional Technology (3 Credit Hours)
  • EDTC 614  Integrating Technology into Curriculum (3 Credit Hours)
  • EDTC 601  Virtual Collaboration and Communication (3 Credit Hours)

Choose one of the following:

  • EDTC 603  Web Development for Educational Use (3 Credit Hours)
  • EDTC 605  Multimedia (3 Credit Hours)

Literacy

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Online-based courses: $465 /credit hour    Classroom-based courses: $465 /credit hour

The Colorado Department of Education & the Wyoming Standards Board for Education agree there is a need for focused opportunities in the area of Literacy. Regis University is pleased to introduce an Academic Certificate in the area of Literacy for graduate students. Each certificate is composed of four classes and can be completed in 6–9 months.

Requirements: 12 Credit Hours

  • EDRG 644  Teaching Reading and Writing (3 Credit Hours)

Choose 3 from the following:

  • EDFD 641  Children's Literature (3 Credit Hours)
  • EDSC 652  Reading and Writing in the Content Areas (3 Credit Hours)
  • EDRG 600  Foundations of Literacy (3 Credit Hours)
  • EDRD 602  Reading/Writing Connections (3 Credit Hours)
  • EDRG 603  Emergent Literacy (3 Credit Hours)
  • EDRG 604  Literacy for the Diverse Learner (3 Credit Hours)
  • EDRG 635  Reading Strategies for Secondary Students (3 Credit Hours)

Autism Education

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Online-based courses: $465 /credit hour    Classroom-based courses: $465 /credit hour

The Academic Certificate in Autism Education is specially designed for licensed Special Education teachers in response to the critical need for specialists in Autism. The courses fulfill the continuing education credits required for recertification of special education teachers.

Requirements: 12 Credit Hours

  • EDSP 665  Consultation and Collaboration Skills (3 Credit Hours)
  • EDSP 671  Characteristics of Pupils with Autism (3 Credit Hours)
  • EDSP 675  Speech and Language Development (3 Credit Hours)
  • EDSP 678  Methods & Strategies for Teaching Pupils with Autism (3 Credit Hours)

Post Graduate Marriage and Family Therapy

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Classroom-based courses: $550 /credit hour

The MFT certificate is intended for psychotherapy professionals in the community already having a Master's degree in counseling and/or those who practice as psychotherapists in Colorado; unlicensed state registered psychotherapists with a completed Master's degree in counseling or a closely related field; licensed professional counselors; licensed psychologists; or licensed clinical social workers.

Requirements: 18 Credit Hours

  • MCPY 617  Gender Development and Sexuality in Counseling (3 Credit Hours)
  • MCPY 664  Family Origins and Life Cycles (3 Credit Hours)
  • MCPY 665  Theories of Family Therapy (3 Credit Hours)
  • MCPY 666  Practicum: The Practice of Family Therapy (3 Credit Hours)
  • MCPY 667  Marital Systems and Couples Therapy (3 Credit Hours)
  • MCPY 699  Supervised MFT Internship (3 Credit Hours)

Post-Graduate Counseling Certificates Fact Sheet

Post-Graduate Certificate in Counseling Children & Adolescents

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Classroom-based courses: $550 /credit hour

The Certificate in Child and Adolescent Counseling (CAC) is designed to prepare professional counselors who wish to specialize in counseling children and adolescents. The certificate is a planned program of study which includes 18 graduate credits (6 courses). Coursework is offered in evening or weekend intensive formats so that students may complete the coursework within 1 calendar year. This certificate is designed for community professionals with a Master’s degree in counseling or closely related area of clinical psychotherapy are eligible for admission to the certificate program. Current graduate students in the MAC program may also be admitted to the CAC certificate program concurrently during their Master’s degree coursework. The CAC certificate cannot be awarded to current students until the semester following graduation from the MAC program and completion of the certificate coursework.

Requirements: 18 Credit Hours

  • MCPY 664  Family Origins and Life Cycles (3 Credit Hours)
  • MCPY 668  Play in Family Therapy (3 Credit Hours)
  • MCPY 670  Advanced Play Therapy: Grief/Abuse/Trauma (3 Credit Hours)
  • MCPY 677  Counseling Pre-Adolescents and Adolescents (3 Credit Hours)
  • MCPY 678  Introduction to Play Therapy (3 Credit Hours)
  • MCPY 679  Sandtray Therapy Techniques (3 Credit Hours)

Post-Graduate Counseling Certificates Fact Sheet

Post-Graduate Certificate in Transformative Counseling

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Classroom-based courses: $550 /credit hour

The Post–Graduate Certificate in Transformative Counseling is designed to prepare professional counselors who wish to learn transformative learning methodologies that address community and global issues and the complex psychological processes of change required to address issues of meaning, values, and a just existence by individuals from a community and cultural perspective. The certificate is a planned program of study which includes 18 graduate credits (six courses). Certificate course work is offered in evening or weekend intensive formats so that student may complete the course work within one calendar year.

Requirements: 18 Credit Hours

  • MCPY 681  Transformative Counseling: A Depth Perspective (3 Credit Hours)
  • MCPY 682  Personal Mythology and Narrative (3 Credit Hours)
  • MCPY 683  Approaches to Dream Work (3 Credit Hours)
  • MCPY 687  Cultural Narratives: Literature, Myths and Fairy Tales (3 Credit Hours)
  • MCPY 674  Grief Therapy and Life Transitions (3 Credit Hours)
  • MCPY 676  Ecopsychology: A Transformative Perspective (3 Credit Hours)

Post-Graduate Counseling Certificates Fact Sheet

Post-Graduate Certificate in Counseling Military Families

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Classroom-based courses: $550 /credit hour

The Post-Graduate Certificate in Counseling Military Families (CMF) is designed to provide additional training in working with military families in the areas of secondary trauma, grief and loss, substance abuse, domestic violence, post-traumatic stress, and the culture and processes associated with military life, both for the family and for the individual.  Practicing therapists are eligible to earn this certificate, as well as graduates and students currently enrolled in approved Master’s counseling programs.  The CMF certificate is a planned program of study, which includes 18 graduate credits (six courses).  The coursework is classroom-based, offered in-full at the Colorado Springs campus, with selected courses also available at the Broomfield campus.

Requirements: 18 Credit Hours

  • MCPY 664  Family Origins and Life Cycles (3 Credit Hours)
  • MCPY 667  Marital Systems and Couples Therapy (3 Credit Hours)
  • MCPY 660  Substance Abuse Counseling (3 Credit Hours)
  • MCPY 672  Crisis, Trauma, and Loss (3 Credit Hours)
  • MCPY 663  Counseling Military Families (3 Credit Hours)
  • MCPY 699C  Supervised Internship C: Special Populations (3 Credit Hours)

Post-Graduate Counseling Certificates Fact Sheet

School of Humanities & Social Sciences

Criminology

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Online-based courses: $550 /credit hour    Classroom-based courses: $515 /credit hour

This certificate is attractive to potential students who plan to teach the discipline at the community college-level, need to meet promotional career requirements or have a personal interest to gain current and relevant knowledge in Criminology. While students may eventually wish to apply for degree status, the certificate provides an opportunity to meet immediate needs while positioning them for the future. The coursework is designed for students to explore an area of interest within particular contexts. For example, a student may be interested in human trafficking, or senior citizens as crime victims. Students have the opportunity to research their particular topic of interest in relationship to the context of each course.

Requirements: 18 Credit Hours

  • MSCR 604  Contemporary Issues in Criminology (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSCR 605  Criminal Psychopathology (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSCR 606  Research Analysis & Application (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSCR 620  Leadership I: Internal Organizational Problem Identification and Resolution (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSCR 621  Leadership II: Interorganizational Communication and Problem Solving (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSCR 625  Ethical Conduct and Positions of Power (3 Credit Hours)

Executive Nonprofit Leadership

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Online-based courses: $495 /credit hour    Classroom-based courses: $460 /credit hour

A growing trend today is for professionals to make the personal and professional transition from one sector of employment to another. This trend is particularly evident today in seeing mid- or later-career individuals moving from the business or government worlds to the nonprofit/third sector. Regis University’s advanced graduate level Certificate in Nonprofit Executive Leadership is designed for individuals already in professional careers in business and/or government who are seeking to move into the nonprofit/third sector. Build upon your master's degree and professional experience by adding the foundational knowledge and skills for the successful transition to positions of executive leadership in the nonprofit/third sector.

Applicants for this Graduate Certificate must hold the MBA or MPA degree (or equivalent).

Requirements: 12 Credit Hours

  • MNM 601  History/Theory and Future of Nonprofits (3 Credit Hours - required first course)
  • Plus three from the following:
  • MNM 648  Governance and Organizational Leadership (3 Credit Hours)
  • MMN 670  Finance Resource Development (3 Credit Hours)
  • MMN 612  Advocacy and the Third Sector (3 Credit Hours)
  • MNM 647  Program Development and Accountability (3 Credit Hours)

Nonprofit Organizational Capacity Building

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Online-based courses: $495 /credit hour    Classroom-based courses: $460 /credit hour

This certificate is designed for nonprofit organization leaders – executives, administrative staff members, board officers, and other members – who are seeking to strengthen the capacity of their organizations in terms of fiscal, operational, strategic, and governance performance. Students gain the knowledge and skills needed to build the operational capacity and sustainability of their organizations, be they small or large, new or in need of rejuvenation, local or global.

Requirements: 12 Credit Hours

Individuals seeking this certificate should consult with their Certificate Faculty Advisor when selecting four of the following courses:

  • MNM 610  Legal Issues for Nonprofits (3 Credit Hours)
  • MNM 633  Human Resource Leadership in NPOs (3 Credit Hours)
  • MNM 644  Financial Management of Nonprofit Organizations (3 Credit Hours)
  • MNM 647  Program Development and Accountability (3 Credit Hours)
  • MNM 648  Governance and Organizational Leadership (3 Credit Hours)
  • MNM 670  Financial Resource Development (3 Credit Hours)

Master of Arts Self–Designed Certificates

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Classroom-based courses: $450 /credit hour

The Master of Arts program offers two academic certificates:Liberal Studies and Professional Studies. The certificates are comprised of a selection of MA graduate courses offered for academic credit. The courses offered within the given certificate program represent a coherent body of knowledge chosen in consultation with representatives of appropriate academic disciplines. These courses could eventually be included in a graduate degree plan.

School of Management

Strategic Human Resource Integration

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Online-based courses: $690 /credit hour    Classroom-based courses: $690 /credit hour

The Strategic Human Resource Integration Certificate is designed for students to examine strategies for transforming organizational culture, architecture, and leadership while reviewing the impact of the human resource functions on the total organization.

Requirements: 18 Credit Hours

  • MSM 602  Leadership/Management Challenge (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSM 635  Strategic Issues in Human Resource Management (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSM 636  Employment Law and Compliance (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSM 637  Strategies in Compensation and Benefits (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSM 638  Attracting and Retaining Workforce Talent (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSM 639  Employee Relations and Performance Management (3 Credit Hours)

Executive Leadership

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Online-based courses: $690 /credit hour    Classroom-based courses: $690 /credit hour

This program is designed for students who choose to build a philosophy and the skills for becoming effective leaders. It focuses on contemporary leadership theories, ethical leadership and future leadership roles.

Requirements: 15 Credit Hours

  • MSM 602  Leadership/Management Challenge (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSM 612  Graduate Research (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSM 621  Organizational Change (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSM 635  Strategic Human Resource Management (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSM 671  Strategic Leadership (3 Credit Hours)

Executive Project Management

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Online-based courses: $690 /credit hour    Classroom-based courses: $690 /credit hour

Executive Project Management Certificate is designed to meet the needs of students who require project management, leadership and people management skills. This certificate is designed for adults who wish to enhance their work–related knowledge and skills and to advance themselves educationally.

Requirements: 15 Credit Hours

The preferred sequence is to complete the courses in the order listed below.

  • MSM 602/  Leadership / Management Challenge (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSM 651  Delivering Business Process Improvement (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSM 657/MBAO 603  Leading Projects in Contemporary Organizations (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSM 658/MBAO 615  Management of Project Performance (3 Credit Hours)
  • MSM 659  Project Monitoring and Delivery (3 Credit Hours)

Regis University's New Ventures offers a PMP Exam Preparation Workshop, which is available in an online or campus-based format. Attendees will earn 35+ contact hours or PDUs. Learn more.

For details regarding the Enterprise Resource Planning certificate, please see certificate offerings within the School of Computer & Information Sciences section above.

Learn more about certificate programs offered by Regis University, including the minimum number of credit hours, cost estimates, related occupations, and loan information.