Certificate in Team Management

The Team Management Certificate offers an interdisciplinary approach to team management, combining courses in Decision Sciences, Management and Marketing. You'll gain the practical skills necessary to be effective team members and team leaders, and learn the fundamentals of organizational behavior, problem-solving, decision-making, project management and leadership.

The program is open to all FIU degree-seeking undergraduate students and offers you the opportunity to complement your major field of study with an additional concentration in Team Management.

Deadline to make major changes or add minor(s)/certificate(s)

Admission dates/deadlines
Admit TermDeadlineResume Processing*
Summer 2024March 25, 2024May 15, 2024
Fall 2024June 28, 2024September 4, 2024
Spring 2025November 8, 2024January 14, 2025
  • Who should enroll?

    If your career role will involve managing or maximizing the productivity of a team, the Team Management Certificate is designed to provide you with a strong foundation in team management practices. The program is open to all FIU students, regardless of your major.

  • Courses

    All courses must be taken at FIU and must be taken concurrently with a Bachelor's degree at FIU. Students must apply for admission to the Certificate program with College of Business (COB) advisors. Students are advised to visit COB before taking any of the Certificate courses. The student must take six courses, 18 credit hours, and earn a minimum grade of "C" in each course.

    Certificate in Team Management Courses: 4 courses required (12 credit hours)

    MAN 3025 Organization and Management (Business Majors Only)
    MAN 3022 Intro to Management (Non-Business Majors Only)


    MAN 4120 Managing Virtual Teams
    MAN 4151 Organizational Behaviour
    MAN 4164 Leadership

    Elective Courses: 2 courses required (6 credit hours)

    MAN 3100 Happiness at Work
    MAN 4054 Managing Innovation
    MAN 4102 Managing Diversity
    MAN 4152 Facilitating Activities for Team Building
    MAN 4442 International Business Negotiations
    MAN 4583 Productivity and Project Management
    MAR 4643 Decision Making and Negotiations

  • Admission Requirements

    This certificate program is ONLY open to all currently enrolled undergraduate degree-seeking FIU students.

    To apply, please consult your primary advisor to ensure there is room in your graduation plan to include the certificate and have them place a note on your file. Next, submit a request by the deadline via go.fiu.edu/cbadvise. You’ll receive a response regarding the next step through the Panther Success Network (PSN).

  • Mandatory Degree Checks

    The University requires students to meet with their academic advisors before the end of the term in which they will earn 90 cumulative credit hours to conduct preliminary degree checks and develop plans that will determine the manner in which students will complete unfulfilled degree requirements. Once students and advisors complete these preliminary degree checks, any changes to student degree programs, majors, minors, or academic tracks that may have an impact on time required to complete degrees or counts of excess credit hours will require written approval from the College Dean. Please note that students who have declared dual degree or double majors as part of their program plans and do not complete the requirements of these program plans will not be eligible for refunds of excess credit hour surcharges associated with incomplete portions of their program plans.