The modern workplace is diverse and dynamic. Are you equipped for innovation? UNC Charlotte Continuing Education’s Management Programs provide you with the tools you need to optimize your organization’s greatest asset: its people. Whether you’re interested in business analysis, business process management, project management, or management essentials, we are here to help you harness strategies to drive organizational success.
Are you interested in managing a team of people, rather than a large project or business process?
The Management Essentials Certificate program has been specially designed to strengthen and develop the management skills necessary for successful productivity and performance.
The MPA Public & Nonprofit Management Academy is a professional development certificate program intended for supervisors and high-potential staff working in the government and nonprofit sectors.
The focus during the 3-day program is on key skills needed for management success in the unique environment of government and/or nonprofit and integrates concepts provided by MPA faculty from UNC Charlotte with practical knowledge and experience from local community leaders.
Do you prefer thinking about the big picture, rather than specializing in a particular discipline?
Project Managers facilitate the decision-making process, helping define options, and serve as a highly-visible, primary representative of a project.
If you have a background in IT, enjoy validating requirements, and acting as a liaison between the business and service providers of an organization, then business analysis is right for you!
A Business Analyst analyzes the organization and design of businesses, government departments, and non-profit organizations; BAs also assess business models and their integration with technology.
Business Process Managers focus on aligning all aspects of an organization with the wants and the needs of clients, while promoting business effectiveness and efficiency.
Striving for innovation, flexibility, and integration with technology, they are the drivers for synergy throughout an organization.