Director of the David Berg Center for Ethics and Leadership. Research interests include mentoring and gender and diversity. Recipient of Chancellor's Award for Distinguished Public Service Award and the H.J. Zoffer Medal for Meritorious Service.
Depth Meets Breadth
Katz MBAs differentiate themselves by pursuing certificates and concentrations. The concentration reinforces a rock-solid foundation in a business discipline (finance, marketing, strategy, etc.). The certificate complements this concentration, by providing a cross-disciplinary focus in a second critical area.
Katz certificates take 10.5 credits to complete. Featuring a mix of required and elective courses, each certificate contains a mandatory experience-based learning component. Full-time students must earn at least one certificate, although students can create a competitive edge by earning multiple certificates. For part-time and joint- and dual-degree students, certificates are optional, though strongly encouraged.
Our certificates are fluid by their very nature. They help the Katz MBA adapt and stay agile. And they illustrate the importance of collaboration across business areas. We recently expanded the number of Katz certificate offerings and retooled our existing certificates, ensuring they are closely aligned with market demands.
Current students should contact Student Services or their advisor for more information. Katz MBA Certificates are only available for degree-seeking students who are enrolled at the Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business. Non-degree participants interested in a business certificate should visit the Katz Center for Executive Education.