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Purchasing And Contracting

  • PGCC OPEID: 002089
    Program Code: BMGT.PURCON.CT
    Program Level: Certificate 
    Program CIP Code: 52.0201
    CIP Program Description: Purchasing and Contracting

    BMT 2500 Introduction to Federal Contracting


    BMT 2510 Introduction to Source Selection


    BMT 2520 Principles of Negotiation


    BMT 2530 Procurement Law


    BMT 2540 Contract Administration


    BMT 2550 Cost and Price Analysis


    Choose two courses from the following:
    BMT 1010 BMT 1650 BMT 2610
    BMT 2650 BMT 2660 CIS 1010
    EGL 1320    


    Total Required for Certificate 

    24 Credits 


    Expected Time to and Cost of Certificate

    Credits: 24
    Semesters: 2
    Time: 9 Months
    Total Cost: $4,096

    • Tuition and Fees: $3,216
    • Books and Supplies: $880

    The expected time to degree is based upon the student being enrolled in 12 credit hours each semester. No summer enrollment is included. The expected cost is based on in-county tuition rates and no developmental course work.

    Student Completion and Debt Information

    Number of students completing the program
    between 7/1/2011 and 6/30/2012:  0

    Number of students from above who completed the
    program within the expected time: 0

    Number completing with any student loan debt: 0
    On-time completion is determined by the time period in which a student is enrolled in the program as indicated by their choice of major. Students graduating in a related degree and certificate program are not included in this calculation for total graduates or on-time graduates.

    Median Loan Debt: 0*
    • Federal Student Loan Debt: 0*
    • Private Loan Debt: 0*
    • Institutional Financing Debt Plan: 0*
    Loan debt is only calculated for students during the time that they were enrolled in this particular program. If there are less than 10 completers, individually identifiable information will be marked with a *.

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