This one-year, online certificate program will expand your critical thinking and decision-making processes and help you develop a risk management mindset. You’ll examine ERM organizational frameworks, risk management applications, strategic planning, turning assessment into action, and learning how to effectively communicate and respond in a crisis.
“Jesuit values such as cura personalis and Magis—care for the whole person and excellence—are how Creighton teaches its students to be good people. Whether you’re studying accounting or marketing or business administration at Heider College of Business, you’re learning more than technical skills. You’re learning how to be a better person for the world in which we live.”
—Regina Taylor, PhD | Assistant Professor, Heider College of Business
Managing risk is the cost of doing business today. Earning your risk management certification will help you form a strong defense using critical thinking, analysis and risk management skills. The online enterprise risk management certificate program will give you the tools and practical experience to protect your business and respond effectively when risks arise.
A flexible—and worthwhile—investment in your future
We know that graduate school can be a serious investment of your time and money, so we make sure that your investment is a smart one—and one that you can fit in your busy schedule. All courses in the enterprise risk management program are offered in eight-week sessions entirely online, giving you optimal flexibility when it comes to where and when you study.
You’ll also have the option of choosing your final course in the program from several elective options. Topics include crisis planning and enterprise communication, insurance risk management, applied behavioral finance and more, and you can choose whichever course most closely aligns with your interests or profession.
Plus, you’re well on your way to earning a master’s degree if you choose to further advance your education. The credits you earn in the ERM certificate program can be applied toward a full Master of Business Administration (MBA).