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The 3-credit standard finance program-of-study (end-of-program) exam is geared for typical senior students, identified in many states as program completers. The exam is based on the MBAResearch 3-Credit Standard Finance Program of Study Model, which includes courses recommended for a 3-credit/Carnegie unit high-school Business Administration program focused on finance. This particular Finance Program of Study addresses select standards and performance indicators from the Business Administration Core, Finance Cluster Core, and multiple Finance pathways at the Prerequisite, Career-Sustaining, and Specialist, and Manager curriculum planning levels. Pretest available July 1 – November 30.

Test Specifications
Weight of exam by instructional area
 

BL Business Law 2%
CC Compliance 1%
CR Customer Relations 6%
EC Economics 17%
FI Financial Analysis 32%
FM Financial Information Management 1%
HR Human Resources Management 1%
NF Information Management 10%
MK Marketing 1%
OP Operations 7%
PD Professional Development 17%
SE Selling 4%
SM Strategic Management 1%


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Online Testing Process
All exams must be proctored by an independent proctor registered with MBAResearch.
Click here for Proctor Specifications and Proctor Registration Form

Prior to taking the exam, you must establish an "account" for each student.
Click here for more information about Procedures AND FAQs
 

To Purchase
Your purchase of program-of-study (end-of-program) exam credits allows access to all available exams. Each time an exam is taken, one credit is used. All exams are administered online through our WebXam system (as used by A*S*K Institute and many state DECA associations). Unused credits may be carried forward indefinitely as long as your account is actively used each year.

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The 2-credit honors-ready business management and administration (BMA) program-of-study (end-of-program) exam is geared for senior students of advanced ability, identified in many states as program completers. The exam is based on the MBAResearch 2-Credit Honors-Ready Business Management and Administration Program of Study Model, which includes courses recommended for an honors-level 2-credit/Carnegie unit high-school Business Administration program focused on business management and administration. This particular BMA Program of Study addresses select standards and performance indicators from the Business Administration Core, BMA Cluster Core, and multiple BMA pathways at the Prerequisite, Career-Sustaining, Specialist, Supervisor, and Manager curriculum planning levels. Pretest available July 1 – November 30.

Test Specifications

Weight of exam by instructional area

 

BL Business Law 1%
CO Communications 2%
CR Customer Relations 9%
EC Economics 21%
FI Financial Analysis 10%
HR Human Resources 4%
KM Knowledge Management 3%
NF Information Management 7%
MK Marketing 1%
OP Operations 21%
PD Professional Development 5%
PJ Project Management 3%
QM Quality Management 2%
RM Risk Management 2%
SM Strategic Management 9%


Click Here for Performance Indicators Tested

Online Testing Process
All exams must be proctored by an independent proctor registered with MBAResearch.
Click here for Proctor Specifications and Proctor Registration Form

Prior to taking the exam, you must establish an "account" for each student.
Click here for more information about Procedures AND FAQs

To Purchase
Your purchase of program-of-study (end-of-program) exam credits allows access to all available exams. Each time an exam is taken, one credit is used. All exams are administered online through our WebXam system (as used by A*S*K Institute and many state DECA associations). Unused credits may be carried forward indefinitely as long as your account is actively used each year.

Click here for pricing and ordering information.

The 3-credit honors-ready business management and administration (BMA) program-of-study (end-of-program) exam is geared for senior students of advanced ability, identified in many states as program completers. The exam is based on the MBAResearch 3-Credit Honors-Ready Business Management and Administration Program of Study Model, which includes courses recommended for an honors-level 3-credit/Carnegie unit high-school Business Administration program focused on business management and administration. This particular BMA Program of Study addresses select standards and performance indicators from the Business Administration Core, BMA Cluster Core, and multiple BMA pathways at the Prerequisite, Career-Sustaining, Specialist, Supervisor, and Manager curriculum planning levels. Pretest available July 1 – November 30.

Test Specifications

Weight of exam by instructional area

 

BL Business Law 1%
CO Communications 9%
CR Customer Relations 5%
EC Economics 12%
EI Emotional Intelligence 4%
FI Financial Analysis 22%
HR Human Resources 3%
KM Knowledge Management 2%
NF Information Management 4%
MK Marketing 2%
OP Operations 13%
PD Professional Development 14%
PJ Project Management 2%
QM Quality Management 1%
RM Risk Management 1%
SM Strategic Management 5%


Click Here for Performance Indicators Tested

Online Testing Process
All exams must be proctored by an independent proctor registered with MBAResearch.
Click here for Proctor Specifications and Proctor Registration Form

Prior to taking the exam, you must establish an "account" for each student.
Click here for more information about Procedures AND FAQs

To Purchase
Your purchase of program-of-study (end-of-program) exam credits allows access to all available exams. Each time an exam is taken, one credit is used. All exams are administered online through our WebXam system (as used by A*S*K Institute and many state DECA associations). Unused credits may be carried forward indefinitely as long as your account is actively used each year.

Click here for pricing and ordering information.

The 2-credit honors-ready finance program-of-study (end-of-program) exam is geared for senior students of advanced ability, identified in many states as program completers. The exam is based on the MBAResearch 2-Credit Honors-Ready Finance Program of Study Model, which includes courses recommended for an honors-level 2-credit/Carnegie unit high-school Business Administration program focused on finance. This particular Finance Program of Study addresses select standards and performance indicators from the Business Administration Core, Finance Cluster Core, and multiple Finance pathways at the Prerequisite, Career-Sustaining, Specialist, and Manager curriculum planning levels. Pretest available July 1 – November 30.

Test Specifications

Weight of exam by instructional area

 

BL Business Law 3%
CR Customer Relations 10%
EC Economics 9%
EI Emotional Intelligence 20%
FI Financial Analysis 36%
FM Financial Information Management 4%
HR Human Resources Management 1%
NF Information Management 10%
OP Operations 4%
PD Professional Development 8%
RM Risk Management 3%
SM Strategic Management 1%


Click Here for Performance Indicators Tested

Online Testing Process
All exams must be proctored by an independent proctor registered with MBAResearch.
Click here for Proctor Specifications and Proctor Registration Form

Prior to taking the exam, you must establish an "account" for each student.
Click here for more information about Procedures AND FAQs

To Purchase
Your purchase of program-of-study (end-of-program) exam credits allows access to all available exams. Each time an exam is taken, one credit is used. All exams are administered online through our WebXam system (as used by A*S*K Institute and many state DECA associations). Unused credits may be carried forward indefinitely as long as your account is actively used each year.

Click here for pricing and ordering information.

The 3-credit honors-ready finance program-of-study (end-of-program) exam is geared for senior students of advanced ability, identified in many states as program completers. The exam is based on the MBAResearch 3-Credit Honors-Ready Finance Program of Study Model, which includes courses recommended for an honors-level 3-credit/Carnegie unit high-school Business Administration program focused on finance. This particular Finance Program of Study addresses select standards and performance indicators from the Business Administration Core, Finance Cluster Core, and multiple Finance pathways at the Prerequisite, Career-Sustaining, Specialist, and Manager curriculum planning levels. Pretest available July 1 – November 30.

Test Specifications

Weight of exam by instructional area

 

BL Business Law 3%
CC Compliance 1%
CO Communications 9%
CR Customer Relations 6%
EC Economics 13%
EI Emotional Intelligence 3%
FI Financial Analysis 31%
FM Financial Information Management 3%
HR Human Resources Management 1%
NF Information Management 3%
MK Marketing 2%
OP Operations 4%
PD Professional Development 15%
RM Risk Management 2%
SE Selling 3%
SM Strategic Management 1%


Click Here for Performance Indicators Tested

Online Testing Process
All exams must be proctored by an independent proctor registered with MBAResearch.
Click here for Proctor Specifications and Proctor Registration Form

Prior to taking the exam, you must establish an "account" for each student.
Click here for more information about Procedures AND FAQs

To Purchase
Your purchase of program-of-study (end-of-program) exam credits allows access to all available exams. Each time an exam is taken, one credit is used. All exams are administered online through our WebXam system (as used by A*S*K Institute and many state DECA associations). Unused credits may be carried forward indefinitely as long as your account is actively used each year.

Click here for pricing and ordering information.

Level 1 badges are based on an individual instructional area or standard from the MBA Research National Business Administration Standards. Questions cover specific (not all) performance indicators within the standard and are drawn from the Business Administration Core at the pre-requisite and/or career sustaining curriculum planning levels. Level 1 assessments consist of 25 multiple choice questions. The fee for Level 1 badge assessments is $3.75 (member) and $5.50 (non-member). See our online store to purchase. Criteria for passing is 80%. Students holding the Level 1 badge have developed employability and job-survival skills as well as skills and knowledge needed for continued employment in or study of business based on the application of basic academics and business skills.

We currently offer a series of digital badges for students in each of the following areas:

Digital Badge: Economics - Level 1

Badge holder demonstrated understanding of economic principles and concepts fundamental to business operations. Skills and concepts assessed include: fundamental economic concepts; the nature of business and its contributions to society; economic systems; the impact of government on business activities; cost/profit relationships; economic indicators; and the impact of global trade.

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Digital Badge: Emotional Intelligence - Level 1

Badge holder demonstrated understanding of the techniques, strategies, and systems used to foster self-understanding and enhance relationships with others. Skills and concepts assessed include: fostering self-understanding and the impact of personal feelings on others; developing personal traits needed for career advancement; applying ethics to demonstrate trustworthiness; exhibiting techniques to manage emotional reactions to people and situations; identifying with others' feelings, needs, and concerns to enhance interpersonal relationships; using communication skills to foster open, honest communications; managing stressful situations to minimize potential negative impact; implementing teamwork techniques to accomplish goals; employing leadership skills to achieve workplace objectives; and managing internal and external business relationships to foster positive interactions.

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Digital Badge: Professional Development - Level 1

Badge holder demonstrated an understanding of the concepts, tools, and strategies used to explore, obtain, and develop in a business career. Skills and concepts assessed include: acquiring self-development skills to enhance relationships and improve efficiency in the work environment; following company rules and regulations to maintain employment; using critical-thinking skills to determine best options/outcomes; participating in career planning to enhance job-success potential; implementing job-seeking skills to obtain employment; and utilizing career-advancement activities to enhance professional development.

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Digital Badge: Communications Skills - Level 1

Badge holder demonstrated an understanding of the concepts, strategies and systems used to obtain and convey ideas and information. Skills and concepts assessed include: reading to acquire meaning from written material and apply information to a task; applying active listening skills to demonstrate understanding of what is being said; applying verbal skills to obtain and convey information; recording information to maintain and present a report of business activity; writing internal and external business correspondence to convey and obtain information effectively; using social media to communicate with a business’s stakeholders; and communicating with staff to clarify workplace objectives.

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Digital Badge: Financial Analysis - Level 1

Badge holder demonstrated understanding of tools, strategies, and systems used to maintain, monitor, control, and plan the use of financial resources. Skills and concepts addressed include: understanding the fundamental principles of money needed to make financial exchanges; analyzing financial needs and goals to determine financial requirements; managing personal finances to achieve financial goals; using investment strategies to ensure financial well-being; acquiring a foundational knowledge of accounting and finance to understand its nature and scope; implementing accounting procedures to track money flow and to determine financial status; implementing financial skills to obtain business credit and to control its use; and managing financial resources to ensure solvency.

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Digital Badge: Information Management - Level 1

Badge holder demonstrated understanding of tools, strategies, and systems needed to access, process, maintain, evaluate, and disseminate information to assist business decision-making. Skills and concepts assessed include: using information literacy skills to increase workplace efficiency and effectiveness; acquiring a foundational knowledge of information to understand its nature and scope; utilizing information-technology tools to manage and perform work responsibilities; and applying data mining methods to acquire pertinent information for business decision-making.

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Digital Badge: Operations - Level 1

Badge holder demonstrated understanding of the processes and systems implemented to monitor, plan, and control the day-to-day activities required for continued business functioning. Skills and concepts assessed include: operation’s role and function in business; production’s rule and function in business; supply chain management; adhering to health and safety regulations; implementing safety procedures; implementing security policies/procedures; complying with security rules, regulations, and codes; utilizing project-management skills; implementing purchasing activities; and maintaining property and equipment.

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Level 2 badges are based on an individual instructional area, but exam questions will be at a higher planning level than level 1 badges. Level 2 exam questions will be at the career-sustaining and specialist levels and can be from the BA core, a specific cluster core (i.e., finance, management, marketing) and/or from a specific pathway. Level 2 exams are 25 questions. Criteria for passing is 80%. The fee for Level 2 badge assessments is $3.75 (member) and $5.50 (non-member). See our online store to purchase.

Digital Badge: Selling - Level 2

Badge holder demonstrated an understanding of the concepts and actions needed to determine client needs and wants and respond through planned, personalized communication that influences purchase decisions and enhances future business opportunities. Skills and concepts assessed include: acquiring a foundational knowledge of selling and sales activities to understand its nature and scope; acquiring product knowledge to communicate product benefits and to ensure appropriateness of product for the customer; understanding sales processes and techniques to enhance customer relationships and to increase the likelihood of making sales; performing pre-sales activities to facilitate sales presentation; processing the sale to complete the exchange; conducting sales-support activities to meet prospect’s needs/requirements; conducting post-sales follow-up activities to foster ongoing relationships with customers; and planning sales activities to increase sales efficiency and effectiveness.

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Digital Badge: Promotion - Level 2

Badge holder demonstrated understanding of the concepts and strategies needed to communicate information about products, services, images, and/or ideas to achieve a desired outcome. Skills and concepts addressed include: the nature and scope of promotion and promotion activities; promotional channels and public relations activities to communicate with targeted audiences; utilizing word-of-mouth strategies and product placement to build brand and to promote products; using direct marketing; developing content for use in marketing communications; understanding design principles; using of a website to promote a business/product; managing media planning and placement to enhance return on marketing investment; utilizing publicity/public-relations activities to create goodwill with stakeholders; employing sales-promotion activities to inform or remind customers of business/product; developing marketing briefs to apprise staff and client of promotional strategy; working with advertising agencies to create marketing communications; planning marketing communications to maximize effectiveness and to minimize costs; and implementing and monitoring promotional activities to maximize return on promotional efforts.

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Digital Badge: Marketing - Level 2

Badge holder demonstrated understanding of the tools, techniques, and systems that businesses use to create exchanges and satisfy organizational objectives. Skills and concepts assessed include: understanding marketing’s role and function in business to facilitate economic exchanges with customers; and acquiring foundational knowledge of customer/client/business behavior to understand what motivates decision-making.

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Digital Badge: Business Law - Level 2

Badge holder demonstrated understanding of business’s responsibility to know, abide by, and enforce laws and regulations that affect business operations and transactions. Skills and concepts assessed include: foundational knowledge of business laws and regulations, the civil foundations of the legal environment of business, the regulatory environment of United States’ businesses, knowledge of business ownership, and knowledge of commerce laws and regulations.

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Digital Badge: Customer Relations - Level 2

Badge holder demonstrated understanding of the techniques and strategies used to foster positive, ongoing relationships with customers. Skills and concepts assessed include: the nature of customer relationship management, fostering positive relationships with customers, resolving conflicts with/for customers, and reinforcing company’s image.

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Digital Badge: Project Management - Level 2

Badge holder demonstrated understanding of tools, techniques, and systems that are used to plan, implement, monitor, and evaluate business projects. Skills and concepts assessed include: utilizing project-management skills to start, run, and end projects as well as to improve workflow and minimize costs.

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Level 3 badges represent a full course based on performance indicators from the MBA Research course guides that have been developed. Level 3 exams are 50 questions. Criteria for passing is 70%. The fee for Level 3 badge assessments is $5.50 (member) and $7.95 (non-member). See our online store to purchase.

Digital Badge: Business and Marketing Essentials - Level 3

Badge holder demonstrated understanding and skills in areas that include customer relations, economics, financial analysis, human resources management, marketing, information management, operations, and strategic management. 

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Digital Badge: Personal Finance - Level 3

Badge holder demonstrated understanding of financial concepts and skills that include: the fundamental principles of money; financial needs and goals; methods of generating income; personal financial management; financial-services providers; investment strategies; insurance; and estate planning.

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Digital Badge: Marketing Principles - Level 3

Badge holder demonstrated understanding and skills in areas that include business law, channel management, communication skills, customer relations, economics, human resources management, marketing, market planning, operations, professional development, and selling.

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Digital Badge: Introduction to Finance - Level 3

Badge holder demonstrated understanding and skills in areas that include business law, customer relations, economics, financial analysis, operations, professional development, compliance, financial-information management, and selling.

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Digital Badge: Introduction to Management - Level 3

Badge holder demonstrated understanding and skills in areas that include business law, communication skills, customer relations, economics, emotional intelligence, human resources management, operations, professional development, strategic management, knowledge management, and quality management.

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Digital Badge: Marketing Applications - Level 3

Badge holder demonstrated understanding and skills in areas that include communication skills, emotional intelligence, information management, marketing, professional development, marketing-information management, market planning, pricing, product/service management, promotion, and selling.

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Digital Badge: Principles of Entrepreneurship - Level 3

Badge holder demonstrated understanding and skills in areas that include business law, economics, entrepreneurship, information management, professional development, strategic management, channel management, market planning, pricing, product/service management, and promotion.

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Digital Badge: Ethical Leadership - Level 3

Badge holder demonstrated understanding of concepts and skills essential for ethical leadership, including: ethical principles; critical thinking; goal setting; self-awareness; communication; interpersonal relations; teamwork; and basic project-management techniques.

Level 4 badges are based on an end-of-program assessment drawn from the programs of study developed by MBA Research. Programs of study provide a broad foundation in business administration as well as a concentration in a career cluster (i.e., business management, entrepreneurship, finance, and marketing). POS badge assessments are 100 questions and the criteria for passing is 70%. (See the online store for info about POS exams.)

Digital Badge: Standard Business Management and Administration (2-, 3-, or 4-Credit) Program-of-Study Exam - Level 4

Badge holder demonstrated an understanding of fundamental decision-making skills and knowledge needed to manage a business or department within an organization. Skills and concepts assessed focus on business law, communication skills, customer relations, economics, emotional intelligence, financial analysis, human-resources management, knowledge management, information management, marketing, operations, professional development, quality management, selling, and strategic management.

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Digital Badge: Standard Entrepreneurship (2-, 3-, or 4-Credit) Program-of-Study Exam - Level 4

Badge holder demonstrated an understanding of fundamental decision-making skills and knowledge needed by entrepreneurs and small-business owners. Skills and concepts assessed focus on business law, channel management, communication skills, channel management, economics, emotional intelligence, entrepreneurship, financial analysis, human-resources management, information management, marketing-information management, market planning, operations, pricing, product/service management, professional development, promotion, selling, and strategic management.

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View the criteria for the 4 Credit badge here

Digital Badge: Standard Finance (2-, 3-, or 4-Credit) Program-of-Study Exam - Level 4

Badge holder demonstrated an understanding of fundamental decision-making skills and knowledge needed to manage a financial business or finance department within an organization. Skills and concepts assessed focus on business law, compliance, communication skills, customer relations, economics, emotional intelligence, financial analysis, financial-information management, human-resources management, information management, operations, professional development, selling, and strategic management.

View the criteria for the 2 Credit badge here
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View the criteria for the 4 Credit badge here

Digital Badge: Standard Marketing (2-, 3-, or 4-Credit) Program-of-Study Exam - Level 4

Badge holder demonstrated an understanding of fundamental skills and knowledge needed by all marketing professionals. Skills and concepts assessed focus on business law, communication skills, channel management, customer relations, economics, emotional intelligence, financial analysis, human-resources management, information management, marketing-information management, marketing, market planning, operations,  professional development, pricing, product/service management, promotion, selling, and strategic management.

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View the criteria for the 4 Credit badge here

Digital Badge: Accelerated Business Management and Administration (2-, 3-, or 4-Credit) Program-of-Study Exam - Level 4

Badge holder demonstrated an understanding of strategic decision-making skills and knowledge needed to manage a business or department within an organization. Skills and concepts assessed focus on business law, communication skills, customer relations, economics, emotional intelligence, financial analysis, human-resources management, knowledge management, information management, marketing, operations, professional development, quality management, risk management, selling, and strategic management.

View the criteria for the 2 Credit badge here
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View the criteria for the 4 Credit badge here

Digital Badge: Accelerated Entrepreneurship (2-, 3-, or 4-Credit) Program-of-Study Exam - Level 4

Badge holder demonstrated an understanding of strategic decision-making skills and knowledge needed by entrepreneurs and small-business owners.  Skills and concepts assessed focus on business law, channel management, communication skills, channel management, economics, emotional intelligence, entrepreneurship, financial analysis, human-resources management, information management, marketing-information management, market planning, operations, pricing, product/service management, professional development, promotion, selling, and strategic management.

View the criteria for the 2 Credit badge here
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View the criteria for the 4 Credit badge here

Digital Badge: Accelerated Finance (2-, 3-, or 4-Credit) Program-of-Study Exam - Level 4

Badge holder demonstrated an understanding of strategic decision-making skills and knowledge needed to manage a financial business or finance department within an organization, as well as more specialized skills and knowledge needed by accounting and securities and investments professionals.  Skills and concepts assessed focus on business law, compliance, communication skills, customer relations, economics, emotional intelligence, financial analysis, financial-information management, human-resources management, information management, marketing, operations, professional development, selling, and strategic management.

View the criteria for the 2 Credit badge here
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View the criteria for the 4 Credit badge here

Digital Badge: Accelerated Marketing (2-, 3-, or 4-Credit) Program-of-Study Exam - Level 4

Badge holder demonstrated an understanding of skills and knowledge needed by all marketing professionals, as well as more specialized skills and knowledge needed by sales professionals.  Skills and concepts assessed focus on business law, communication skills, channel management, customer relations, economics, emotional intelligence, financial analysis, human-resources management, information management, marketing-information management, marketing, market planning, operations,  professional development, pricing, product/service management, promotion, selling, and strategic management.

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View the criteria for the 4 Credit badge here

Digital Badge: Honors-Ready Business Management and Administration (2-, 3-, or 4-Credit) Program-of-Study Exam - Level 4

Badge holder demonstrated an understanding of complex strategic decision-making skills and knowledge needed to manage a business or department within an organization. Skills and concepts assessed focus on business law, communication skills, customer relations, economics, emotional intelligence, financial analysis, human-resources management, knowledge management, information management, marketing, operations, professional development, project management, quality management, risk management, selling, and strategic management.

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View the criteria for the 4 Credit badge here

Digital Badge: Honors-Ready Entrepreneurship (2-, 3-, or 4-Credit) Program-of-Study Exam - Level 4

Badge holder demonstrated an understanding of complex strategic decision-making skills and knowledge needed by entrepreneurs and small-business owners.  Skills and concepts assessed focus on business law, channel management, communication skills, channel management, economics, emotional intelligence, entrepreneurship, financial analysis, human-resources management, information management, marketing-information management, market planning, operations, pricing, product/service management, professional development, promotion, selling, and strategic management.

View the criteria for the 2 Credit badge here
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View the criteria for the 4 Credit badge here

Digital Badge: Honors-Ready Finance (2-, 3-, or 4-Credit) Program-of-Study Exam - Level 4

Badge holder demonstrated an understanding of complex strategic decision-making skills and knowledge needed to manage a financial business or finance department within an organization, as well as more specialized skills and knowledge needed by accounting, corporate finance, and securities and investments professionals.  Skills and concepts assessed focus on business law, compliance, communication skills, customer relations, economics, emotional intelligence, financial analysis, financial-information management, human-resources management, information management, marketing, operations, professional development, risk management, selling, and strategic management.

View the criteria for the 2 Credit badge here
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View the criteria for the 4 Credit badge here

Digital Badge: Honors-Ready Marketing (2-, 3-, or 4-Credit) Program-of-Study Exam - Level 4

Badge holder demonstrated an understanding of complex strategic decision-making skills and knowledge needed to manage a marketing business or a marketing department within an organization, as well as more specialized skills and knowledge needed by sales professionals. Skills and concepts assessed focus on business law, communication skills, channel management, customer relations, economics, emotional intelligence, financial analysis, human-resources management, information management, marketing-information management, marketing, market planning, operations,  professional development, pricing, product/service management, promotion, selling, and strategic management.

View the criteria for the 2 Credit badge here
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View the criteria for the 4 Credit badge here

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