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Through our Washington Campus Program, you can join students from 16 MBA programs and explore business, politics, and law on location in D.C.

Certificate Programs

Further refine your focus.

Extend your expertise beyond your major and Academy to address some of the most pressing issues organizations face—now and in the future. Kelley offers two certificates for full-time MBA students:

With the Certificate in Social Entrepreneurship program, you’ll put your business know-how to work solving global problems—from building clean water supplies to improving opportunities in emerging economies. This is a cooperative program between the Kelley School of Business and the School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA).

The certificate takes 18 credit hours of course work—six of which are required courses. Of the remaining 12 credit hours, Kelley students must take three credit hours through SPEA.

This certificate also requires participation in Kelley's GLOBASE (Global Business and Social Enterprise Program) or a qualifying internship in social entrepreneurship with a business, nonprofit, or public agency.

Interested students should talk to their academic advisor about pursuing this certificate before January of their first year.

CoursesRequiredElectivesSchool
V559 Principles and Practices of Social Entrepreneurship SPEA
W508 Social Entrepreneurship Kelley
W510 Sustainability Kelley
A545 Introduction to Financial Statements Analysis and Valuation Kelley
F509 Financial Analysis for Corporate Decisions Kelley
F517 Venture Capital and Entrepreneurial Finance Kelley
J501 Developing Strategic Capabilities Kelley
L508 Legal Issues in HRM: Discrimination and Termination Kelley
M511 Marketing Performance and Productivity Analysis Kelley
M512 Marketing Strategy Kelley
M594 Global Marketing Management Kelley
P507 Enterprise Resource Management Kelley
P552 Project Management Kelley
P561 Supply Chain Management and Technologies Kelley
W504 New Venture Business Planning Kelley
W506 Entrepreneurship: Leadership and Practice Kelley
W511 Venture Strategy Kelley
W516 Organizational Development and Change: The Change Agent Kelley
W532 Organization Design Alternatives Kelley
X574 GLOBASE: Business Leadership/Social Outreach Kelley
X577 Strategic Client Project Practicum GLOBASE Leadership Team Kelley
V502: Public Management SPEA
V510: Government Regulation in Market Economies SPEA
V516: Public Management Information Systems SPEA
V519: Database Management Systems SPEA
V521: The Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector SPEA
V522: Human Resource Management in Nonprofit Organizations SPEA
V525: Management in the Nonprofit Sector SPEA
V526: Financial Management for Nonprofit Organizations SPEA
V539: Management Science for Public Affairs SPEA
V541: Benefit and Cost Analysis for Public and Environmental Affairs SPEA
V542: Government Financial Accounting and Reporting SPEA
V558: Fund Development for Nonprofits SPEA
V560: Public Finance and Budgeting SPEA
V561: Public Human Resource Management SPEA
V562: Public Program Evaluation SPEA
V568: Management of Urban Government Services SPEA
V602: Strategic Management of Public and Nonprofit Organizations SPEA
V622: Urban Economic Development SPEA