Contact: John Burrow
STARKVILLE, Miss.—Mississippi State’s Division of Political Science and Public Administration now presents a certificates program for graduate college students that bridges principle and practices within the subject of public procurement.
Starting this semester, the Graduate Certificates in Public Procurement is a “four-course sequence” supposed for professionals working in the private and non-private sector.
“We’re excited to see this certificates program start as a result of the environment friendly and moral use of scarce taxpayer sources is a vital a part of accountable governance,” stated Brian Shoup, PSPA division head. “This program equips Mississippians working in procurement with the instruments they must be efficient stewards of economic sources.”
Shoup stated the certificates program supplies working professionals with “state-of-the-art practices” for procurement with state businesses and non-governmental organizations. Structured for working professionals to finish all through one tutorial 12 months, contributors aren’t required to be full-time graduate college students.
To finish the certificates program, necessary programs embrace Introduction to Public Procurement; Contract Formation in Public Procurement; Contract Administration in Public Procurement; and Authorized, Moral, and Socially Accountable Points of Public Procurement.
For extra details about the Graduate Certificates in Public Procurement, contact Affiliate Professor Sawsan Abutabenjeh at [email protected] or at 662-325-2711.
A part of MSU’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences, details about the Division of Political Science and Public Administration is out there at www.pspa.msstate.edu.
MSU is Mississippi’s main college, obtainable on-line at www.msstate.edu.