Procurement is a specialty with a growing demand within all three sectors – public, private and nonprofit. It is also one of the better paid sub-fields in public administration. A Management Certificate in Public Procurement (MCPP) offers a perfect opportunity for anyone interested in entering the field to obtain the training and education needed.
The MCPP would also be highly beneficial for anyone already in public service, especially managers, who seeks to strategically place themselves for moving up the career ladder. The MCPP offers rigorous education on the latest local, national and international procurement trends and practices. The MCPP is not just a procurement certificate – it is much more.
The Management Certificate in Public Procurement promotes and supports professional and ethical education of current and future procurement specialists.
The Management Certificate in Public Procurement graduates become public procurement leaders who serve the public through innovative and transformative approaches.
The Management Certificate in Public Procurement is committed to:
- Public Service
- Public Value Maximization
- Academic Excellence
- Ethical Behavior
- Promote public procurement practice and education.
- Provide current professionals operating in the field with the opportunity to hone their skills and knowledge base in order to remain up to date.
- Educate students to become the next generation of public procurement specialist who will be ready to assume leadership positions.
- Prepare students to serve the needs of public procurement guided by public service values.
- Translate the latest research in the field into effective procurement practices.
- Create an environment supportive of learning, collaboration, innovation and academic excellent.
- Provide students with the technical knowledge base necessary to meet the rigorous reequipments of practice.
- Learn about local, state, national and international general procurement practices.
- Explore the ethical and legal implications of public procurement practices.
- Understand and implement common project management concepts within the context of public procurement.
- Know the tools and approaches needed to determine the best value for the money.
- Gain knowledge of the principles of contract formulation, underwriting and administration.
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