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The Bob Ramsey Executive Education Program and the School of Public Affairs at Arizona State University are pleased to announce that the Certified Public Manager Program® (CPM) is available for undergraduate or graduate elective credit. Successful completion of the CPM program can result in up to:
Yes. Each course is available for credit or non-credit. Participants who want credit will register separately after completing each CPM course.
In order to award any person academic credit, that person must be an ASU student, so you must meet University admission requirements and be admitted to ASU. It is not necessary to be enrolled in a specific major.
Up to nine undergraduate credits
or six credits of graduate credit
You must register for either undergraduate graduate credit within three years of completing the entire CPM program.
No, students are eligible for credit based on the coursework completed through the Certified Public Manager® (CPM) program.
In addition to the regular CPM course registration fee, you must pay regular university tuition in accordance with the number of credit hours desired. There is an additional application fee and mandatory student fees. See ASU tuition and fees schedule at https://catalog.asu.edu/tuitionandfees.
Grades will be Pass/Fail.
Yes, for undergraduate credit as:
or graduate credit as:
The nine hours of undergraduate credit may be applied towards the following undergraduate programs:
And the following graduate degrees:
All programs are offered by ASU’s school of Public Affairs. For applicability to other ASU degree programs, please contact the academic advisor for that program.
Each college or university determines which credits are accepted for transfer. Contact the academic advisor for the degree program at the college or university to which you plan to transfer for more information. Please note: You will be receiving a “Pass” grade for these classes. Some degree programs (ASU and/or other colleges/universities) may not accept Pass/Fail graded classes. If you plan to use these credits for a degree program other than those in the ASU School of Public Affairs, be sure to check with the academic advisor for that program.