The Certificate of Mastery in Packaging Management
The Certificate of Mastery in Packaging Management (CMPM) offers business professionals the opportunity to sharpen leadership skills, learn advanced marketing techniques, develop methods for successful project execution, build solid ROI decision making processes, and devise a profitable business strategy - all from the comfort of your own computer or phone!
- The Global Competitive Landscape
- Packaging Regulations and Corporate Sustainability
- Material Management I
- Material Management II
- Package Labeling and Finishing
- Packaging Development Workflow
- Capital Equipment and Manufacturing
- Logistics and Supply Chain Management
- Management Essentials
- Leadership Skills
SUMMER CLASS: July 9 - September 29, 2018
LOCATION: 100% Online
TUITION: $7,000 (Your company may offer reimbursement, ask your HR department.)
TIME COMMITMENT: We've organized the CMPM so that busy people (like you) can fit it into your schedule. But it does take commitment. The Certificate of Mastery in Packaging Management is a 12-week online program, broken down into ten courses. Each course requires approximately six hours of your time with an additional ten hours for a project and a final assessment.
REQUIREMENTS: The CMPM is offered in English-only. In order for students to get the most out of the experience, the ability to speak, write and read in English is mandatory. There are no minimum education or work experience requirements. You must fill out the application below to be considered for enrollment.
First priority admissions are open through May 4, 2018.
Regular admissions are open through June 1, 2018.
QUESTIONS? Contact Student Services at 864-986-3033 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
"I am enjoying the class and learning a lot. I like being able to go at my own pace and with it being on the internet can do it from anywhere, including a plane."
-Corey, Senior Director of Strategic Sourcing at Novolex
" I find the videos and readings very interesting. I like that they can be completed at any time, and that there are a variety of mediums used (PDF, Video, PPT, etc.) I really enjoyed the packaging materials section of the course. I am definitely one who likes to know how things work. Even though I am in the paperboard/corrugated industry, I found the portions about glass, plastic, and metal extremely interesting. It was cool to see how everyday items (like a soda can) are truly an engineering feat."
-Kaitlyn, Graphic Designer at Georgia-Pacific