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Controllership, Advanced Certificate
After having completed the M.B.A. degree, the professional business person may find that their career pattern has been altered to the extent that knowledge is now required in a totally new field requiring an expertise in more than one discipline. For example, a graduate of the M.B.A. program whose specialization was marketing and who had successfully performed in a sales administrative position may be assigned to the area of finance. Such a student might very well apply for the Advanced Certificate Program in Controllership.
The admission requirements for the Advanced Certificate require the satisfactory completion and awarding of the M.B.A. degree or its equivalent. Specifically, the student must have completed the required core level courses, the required courses in the M.B.A. curriculum and the initial major specialization.Back to top