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Elevate Your Career

Having a UHCL certificate ensures you, your employer or prospective employers that you have validated your skills. Elevate your career by earning a certificate in Federal Acquisition and Contracting, Purchasing/Supply Chain Management, Management & Leadership, or Project Management.

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Federal Acquisition & Contracting Certificate Program

The Federal Acquisition & Contracting Certificate program is designed for both public and private sector professionals of various disciplines and industries. The program covers a broad spectrum of acquisition and contracting matters including introductory, advanced, and specialized interests. The courses will give you a full understanding of the aspects of acquisition and contracting personnel, and even expanding beyond their current responsibilities.


You may have up to 48 months to complete all programs requirements, after which you’ll receive an official certificate from UHCL. The program requires 84 hours of classroom instruction which includes six courses. You may select from among fifteen courses and build a career that you design. You can be completed in as little as 12 months.

Purchasing/Supply Chain Management Certificate Program

The Purchasing/Supply Chain Management Certificate program is designed for those seeking professional development in the purchasing/supply chain fields. The curriculum includes foundation courses for those new to the field of purchasing as well as intermediate and advanced level courses for the more experienced buyers wanting to improve their skills.


You may have up to 3 years to complete all the program requirements, after which you’ll receive an official certificate from UHCL. The program requires 84 hours of classroom instruction and may be completed in as little as 6 months. The Institute for Supply Management (ISM) approves all CAMP’s purchasing programs.

Management & Leadership Certificate Program

The Management & Leadership Certificate program is designed for those looking to increase their managerial effectiveness. The program enables you to acquire the most up-to-date philosophies, methodologies and tools necessary to develop core competency in the practice of management and leadership principles in the context of today’s challenging environment.


You may have up to 2 years to complete all the program requirements, after which you’ll receive an official certificate from UHCL. The program requires 84 hours of classroom instruction and may be completed in as little as 12 months. Each course is approved for Continuing Education Units (CEUs).

Kaneka Learning & Development Superintendent David Thompson:

David Thompson shares some of the benefits of attending the
Management & Leadership Certificate Program.

Kaneka Maintenance Engineer Hayley Mui:

Hayley Mui shares how the Management & Leadership Certificate Program will help
her relate more effectively with her coworkers.

Master’s Certificate in Project Management Program

The Master’s Certificate in Project Management program meets the needs of practicing and potential project managers. This program is aligned with the Project Management Institute’s A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) and provides a broad and practical curriculum that builds confidence and skills necessary to tackle the challenges of directing projects in a broad range of work environments.


This fast track program may be completed within three months. The program requires 84 hours of classroom instruction which includes six courses, as well as an optional 14 hour seventh course. With the completion of six 2-day courses, you will earn a Master’s Certificate in Project Management.

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