In this course, students examine the theory and practice of commercial management in a business enterprise. The course reviews the legal framework for commercial acquisition contracts. The course also examines in detail the Uniform Commercial Code as it relates to basic contract law to help students who engage in commercial transactions understand its applicability. This course will also be helpful for those interested in testing for the Certified Commercial Contract Manager (CCCM) certification.
Degrees and Certificates
In this course, students examine the theory and practice of the federal acquisition management process. The course reviews the pre and post-award contracting process focusing on complex, noncommercial acquisitions. The course also examines the functional roles of individuals having responsibility in this area. Students will develop the skills and knowledge needed to perform the role of business adviser and to apply ethical principles and sound judgment to resolve contracting issues. Specific topics include knowledge to test for the Certified Federal Contract Manager (CFCM) certification and mastery of federal acquisition regulation (FAR) and government contracting best practices.
In this course, students cover the Contract Management Body of Knowledge (CMBOK) in advanced contracting topics. Students will enhance their skills and understanding of acquisition management. The class emphasizes both theory and practice allowing students to learn the underlying principles and use of the current tools in the field. This course contains specialized knowledge in commercial and government contracting. Students will learn to apply ethical principles and sound judgment to resolve contracting issues. Specific topics include knowledge to test for the Certified Professional Contracts Management (CPCM) certification.
Essentials of Commercial Contract Management and Essentials of Government Contract Management