The Graduate Certificate in Federal Contracting and Procurement Management is a program that is designed to provide professional development for individuals pursuing careers in contract management with either the Federal government or with government contractors. The program is designed for individuals possessing a bachelor degree in a field other than federal contracting, acquisition or procurement management. The certificate program consists of 15 semester hours. For students interested in completing both the MBA and the Certificate, a subset of these courses may be used to satisfy course requirements for the Federal Contracting and Procurement concentration within the MBA program. The required courses for the Graduate Certificate in Federal Contracting and Procurement Management include the following:

Required Courses12
INTRO TO CONTRACT MANAGEMENT 1
CONTRACT EVALUATION & AWARD 1
CONTRACT PRICING & COST ANALYS 1
GOVMT CONTRACT LAW 1
Choose one of the following electives:3
BASIC GOVERNMENT CONTRACT ACCT 2
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT SYS 2
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT 2
Total Hours15
1

Students whose previous studies include the undergraduate equivalent of MGT 501, MGT 502, MGT 503, and/or BLS 506 must substitute a 3-credit-hour graduate course for each applicable course.

2

Students whose previous studies include the undergraduate equivalent of ACC 540, IS 522, and/or MSC 510 must choose a different elective option from the provided list.

For more information contact:
Tressa Hillman-Moore

Graduate Advisor
Business Administration Building Room 102 
256.824.6732 
gradbusiness@uah.edu