Offered online, on-campus, or via a combination of both formats, the graduate Certificate in Public Management (PBMG) is an outstanding addition to the resume of anyone working or endeavoring to work in a public service or public management career.
The Certificate in Public Management program focuses on the capabilities required for effective and ethical leadership in the public and nonprofit sectors. This includes the knowledge and skills pertaining to the internal operation of public-service organizations and to the relationship between those organizations and their environments.
The culmination of the program will result in prepared state and federal leaders with the requisite skills and expertise in public service to excel in professional and executive management roles.
Courses are taught by nationally and internationally acclaimed faculty members, often complemented by students that are full time working professionals, who bring unique experiences and expertise to the classroom.
Certificate students come from various backgrounds. Many are full time professionals seeking a stand-alone credential for career advancement with the added bonus of transferable hours that might count as credit toward a graduate degree. Many other certificate students are full time, degree-seeking Texas A&M graduate students adding a special notation of certificate completion to their transcripts.
Tuition and fees vary each year according to state residency, term of study, and other factors. Distance education differential tuition applies to all online courses. For the most recent cost estimate, please contact the Bush School Online Advising center at 1-866-988-2874 or email@example.com.
To learn about the Graduate Certificate in Public Management, view this program’s gainful employment informational disclosures.
Students may apply and be eligible for financial aid and scholarships. Veteran’s benefits accepted!
The Certificate in Public Management requires completion of 12 graduate credit hours and is offered all online, all on-campus, or through a combination of both. Two courses are required along with two electives from a variety of course offerings. Need more information? Email an Enrollment Advisor or call 1-866-988-BUSH (2874).
Check out the types of career paths and/or advancement opportunities pursued by certificate awardees.
|Career||Occupational Code from O*net Code|
|Administrative Services Managers||11-3011.00|
|Compensation and Benefits Managers||11-3111.00|
|Emergency Management Directors||11-9161.00|
|General and Operations Managers||11-1021.00|
|Human Resource Managers||11-3121.00|
|Medical and Health Services Managers||11-9111.00|
|Public Relations and Fundraising Managers||11-2031.00|
|Social and Community Service Managers||11-9151.00|
|Training and Development Managers||11-3042.00|
Complete your graduate Certificate in Public Management in twenty-four months or less. Financial aid is available!