Business & Leadership

Social Media Recruitment Certificate

77% of organizations use social networking sites to recruit potential job candidates*

Social recruiting is becoming a must have skill in business today. Getting the right information and training on this hot topic can differentiate you and your organization from your competitors.

This program helps you understand the why, how, and when to use social media to attract top talent for your organization.

Benefits for students

Nonprofit Management

Brandman University has partnered with MindEdge, Inc., to offer a series of web-based courses with topics such as nonprofit budgeting, fundraising, strategic planning, and board development. These self-paced online courses cover topics of importance to managing nonprofit organizations. Each class has a syllabus, readings, graphics, videos, and test to help you master the information in an interactive format. There is an online help feature to help you move through the material.

Business Administration for the IT Professional Certificate

Business Administration for the IT Professional Certificate*

Employers repeatedly report that many prospective hires and current employees have excellent technical skills but do not have the soft skills, business acumen and leadership understanding in order to work effectively in today’s cross functional environment. This program is designed to provide the individual new to the workforce with individual leadership skills, project management principles, process understanding and improvement along with the basic business acumen to work effectively and efficiently.

Certificate in Nonprofit Management

For those interested in leadership roles and for those who work with leaders in the nonprofit sector, this program is designed specifically to prepare participants for staff leadership positions within nonprofit organizations. Focusing on the advancement of nonprofit mission, this program covers strategic governance, nonprofit business design and development, target market and trend analysis, assessing client needs, effective program design principles and continuous process improvement.

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