Graduate students at UC Berkeley can pursue certificates in a variety of subjects. Certificate completion is indicated on UC Berkeley transcripts. Haas offers the Certificate in Business Analytics as well as the Interdisciplinary Graduate Certificate in Real Estate and there are a few other certificates offered by other Graduate Departments on campus.

Michaels Graduate Certificate in Sustainable Business

The certificate in Sustainable Business responds to the growing need to empower new leaders with the capacity to lead the economic and social transition to a climate resilient, low-carbon, and equitable future. Curriculum exposes students to the underlying complexities in energy and environmental markets and the inherent challenges of building sustainable growth within our current economic systems. Upon completion, students will be better equipped with the necessary frameworks and practical skills to imagine and implement more sustainable business models, management practices, and technologies. Domain-focused classes will allow students to go deeper on specific topics of interest.

Contact: FTAcademics@haas.berkeley.edu


Certificate in Business Analytics

The certificate in Business Analytics (CBA) responds to an escalating need for leaders who can translate data into business insights, and who are literate consumers of data science techniques. It is designed for MBA students aspiring to leadership roles involving business decision making informed by data.

Contact: FTAcademics@haas.berkeley.edu 


Interdisciplinary Graduate Certificate in Real Estate

The Interdisciplinary Graduate Certificate in Real Estate (IGCRE) provides an academic structure for interdisciplinary training in real estate, including real estate investment, real estate law, and the role of real estate development in the built environment. As a cross-disciplinary certificate between Berkeley Law, the College of Environmental Design, and Haas, the IGCRE will give students the chance to see how disciplines interact in the context of real estate by taking classes at the other schools.

Contact Thomas Chappelear: tomchaps@berkeley.edu.


Additional Certificate Opportunities 

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