Certificate Program in Procurement and Public Contracting
Coming soon, a revised curriculum!
The curriculum below applies to students who
entered prior to Fall 2010.
The Certificate Program in Procurement and Public Contracting is to prepare students for employment as procurement specialists, project managers, and contract administrators. It is designed for students who are already employed but would like to acquire additional knowledge in the procurement field for career advancement. It is also designed for junior year students who aspire for careers in public acquisition systems, regardless of their field of major.
Students must complete 24 semester hours in purchasing, contract formation and administration, cost analysis, and related subjects. Required courses are offered in the evening for the convenience of working students. Full time students can complete this program in one academic year.
|Course Number||Course Title||Credit|
|PAPC 304||Purchasing and Materials Management|
|PAPC 305||Federal Acquisition Systems|
|PAPC 306||Formation of Government Contracts|
|PAPC 404||Contract Administration|
|PAPC 406||Cost and Price Analysis|
|PAPC 407||Contract Negotiations||3|
|BLAW 408||Procurement Law||3|
|Electives in Business or Public Administration||3|