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Certificate in Advanced Management Program

Certificate in Advanced Management Program

​​The Certificate in Advanced Management (CAM) provides an opportunity for business professionals in established organizations or new ventures who are looking to build additional skills and knowledge to enhance their career or professional development.

With a wide variety of course offerings to choose from, you can deepen your knowledge of a topic you are familiar with or focus on other topics to help you advance or pivot your career progress. As a CAM student, you will take classes with MBA students and be part of the Babson community. When you graduate, you will join the Babson network of over 38,000 alumni around the world.

To earn the Certificate in Advanced Management, students must successfully complete 9 credits of MBA elective courses. As a CAM student, you may choose from the available elective courses each semester, mixing and matching 1.5 or 3 credit courses. Sample areas of focus that you may want to pursue include:

  • Global business
  • Management and Leadership
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Finance

You can also choose to pursue the CAM program as a stepping stone towards an MBA degree. Students who complete the Certificate in Advanced Management may be eligible to apply these credits towards a Babson MBA degree in the future. Contact Graduate Admissions for more information.

Live and/or work in Boston? We offer several courses at the Boston campus​ that can be taken for this certificate.

To qualify for this program, you must have an MBA or a business-related graduate degree, or an undergraduate business or business-related degree plus five years of work experience.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

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