D’Amore-McKim leadership has made the decision to temporarily pause enrollment for online study of this certificate while we build the curricular framework for the next generation of this program. To stay up to date with these changes, please select “Request Information” above.

Study options

Study on our Boston campus and complete the program in eight months. Full-time study is F-1 visa compliant.

Program snapshot

Format

Full-time or part-time, or online

Class Begins

For Boston campus students, there are three entry terms each year in January, May, and September. For online students, there are six entry terms throughout the year.

Credits

12–15 credits for Boston campus students. The minimum required number of credits to earn your certificate is 12, however many students select to take an additional elective in order to broaden their expertise. International students must complete a total of 15 credits. Online students will complete 12 credits.

Class Schedule

Courses are offered weeknights, Monday–Thursday, on our Boston campus or 100% online. Boston campus students may also take one course online. International students must complete all of their classes on campus.

Time to Complete

Campus-based students may be complete the program in as few as three semesters or spread out as long as three years. Online students may complete their certificate in two semesters or up to two years. The length of the program may depend on your course selections. International students must complete 15 credits over an eight-month period to be visa compliant.

Average Class Size

20 students

GRE/GMAT Requirements

Not required.

F-1 visa compliant?

Full-time study is compliant with F-1 visa requirements. Online study is not compliant.

STEM Designated?

No.

Curricular Practical Training (CPT)

CPT is not offered at this time.

Optional Practical Training (OPT)

Yes. International students on an F-1 visa that study on our Boston campus for one year may become eligible to work in the U.S. for up to 12 months after completing their program.

Online study is not eligible for OPT.

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About our students

Average over the past three years

Women65%
Men35%
International Students15%
Average Work Experience6.5 years

Top 7 Undergraduate Majors Represented

Accounting/Finance/Mathematics
Economics
Information Technology
Journalism/Communications
Management
Marketing
Sciences/Social Sciences

Top 7 Industries Represented

Consumer Products
Education
Financial Services
Marketing/Sales
Non-Profit
Pharmaceutical
Technology

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