Markets & Management Certificate

The Markets & Management Certificate Program provides an innovative, liberal arts approach to business education. It draws on knowledge from a variety of disciplines including sociology, economics, political science, history, and business. Each course in the program deals in some way with the impact of different organizational forms on managing human resources, coordinating work, integrating technology, and using business networks in an increasingly competitive global economy. The program exposes students to cutting-edge research and provides opportunities to engage in real-world experiences both at home and globally.

Martha Reeves, Director, Markets and Management Studies Program (mreeves@duke.edu)
Norwood Moyle, Associate Director (shep.moyle@duke.edu)
Jessica Ellington, Senior Program Coordinator (jessicae@duke.edu)

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Certificate

Requirements: 7 Courses

For students who matriculated on or after Fall 2022:

  • Gateway (Choose one to be taken in the first or second year)
    • MMS 197Organizational Leadership and Management
    • SOC 258—Markets and Marketing
  • 1 Core Course
  • 4 Elective Courses
  • MMS 450—Markets & Management (Capstone course to be taken in the senior year)

For students who matriculated before Fall 2022:

  • 2 Core Courses
  • 4 Elective Courses
  • MMS 450—Markets & Management (Capstone course to be taken in the senior year)

For your course selection:

  • You may use additional core courses to fulfill elective requirement
  • No more than 3 courses may originate in a single area (Example: MMS, SOC, ECO)
  • No more than 2 courses that are used to satisfy the requirements of any major, minor, or other certificate program can count toward the Markets & Management Studies certificate.