Clayton State University
Master of Business Administration
College of Business
2000 Clayton State Boulevard
Morrow, GA 30260-0285
(678) 466-4599 (fax)
MBA Director (Interim)
The world of business is always changing, and a post-graduate certificate is an easy and efficient way to update your skills and knowledge and to acquire new specializations. Employers appreciate employees who are interested in continuous professional development.
The College of Business at Clayton State University now offers three post-graduate certificates in:
Students will be required to complete 12 credit hours to obtain a certificate. These credits may not include any graduate courses previously taken. Students must have already completed an MBA degree (or Master of Science degree in a business discipline) from an AACSB accredited school.
Students are considered to be non-matriculating (non-degree seeking), so financial aid is not available. Students must select a concentration and satisfy its certificate requirements.
Apply at www.clayton.edu/graduate
MBA from Clayton State University: Only the application and application fee is needed.
Non-Clayton State University MBA or Masters in a business discipline: You will need to submit:
Human Resource Leadership Required Courses (3 credit hours each):
MGMT 6108 Talent Development in Organizations
MGMT 6109 Human Resource Consulting
MGMT 6110 Global Human Resource Leadership
Plus one CSU MBA course not previously taken.
International Business Required Courses (3 credit hours each):
Three of the following four: BUSA 6101
International Business and Global Logistics (if not previously taken.)
MGMT 6105 Global Experience/Study Abroad
Your choice of one course: MGMT 6106 Cross-Cultural
OR MKTG 6103 Global Marketing OR MGMT 6110 Global Human Resources (If BUSA 6101 was previously
taken, two of these courses must be taken.)
Supply Chain Management Required Courses (3 credit hours each):
BUSA 6101 International Business & Global Logistics (If not previously taken.)
MGMT 6102 Operations & Supply Chain Management
MGMT 6103 Field Problems in Logistics Systems