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Business Management Overview

1st quarter

 (15-20 units)



2nd quarter

 (12-15 units)



3rd quarter

 (12-15 units)



Required courses:

•  Business Law for Managers

•  Elements of Marketing

•   Financial Accounting for  

 

Non-Accountants (FAFNA)



•  Organizational Behavior

•   Leveraging Human Capital  

 

(Finance, HR, and Global  



 

Commerce specializations)

•   Market Research and Analytics    

(Marketing specialization)

•   Directed Studies –    

 

Internship Preparation



Required courses and internship experience:

•  Business Decision Making

•  120 hours of internship

Three required courses in area of specialization:

Advanced Studies:

Students who successfully complete two quarters 

of Business Management can further develop 

their skills in an area of specialization and earn a 

Certificate of Completion in Advanced Studies.

•  Capstone project or class

•  Two required courses in area of specialization

    (Please see website for detailed course

    descriptions.)

•  In addition to the required courses, students

    will have the opportunity to choose additional

    units from a list of business elective courses

    as determined by the business department.

Finance:

•  Finance Management

•  Financial Statement Analysis

•  Compensation and    

 

  Performance Management



Human Resources:

•  Compensation and    

 

  Performance Management



•  Strategic Talent Acquisition

•  Training and Development



Marketing:

•  Product Management, Branding    

  and Positioning

•  Basics of Project Management

•  Digital Marketing

Global Commerce:

•  International Finance and  

 

  Capital Markets



•  International Trade Operations

•  Global Marketing

Apply at ip.extension.ucsd.edu

Apply at ip.extension.ucsd.edu



NOTE: Courses subject to change.

Contact: bpis@ucsd.edu



NOTE: Courses subject to change.

PROJECT MANAGEMENT ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Proof of


Language

Proficiency

TOEFL 

paper-based: 



550

TOEFL


iBT:

80

TOEIC: 



760

IELTS:  


6.5

Cambridge

Advanced or Proficiency  

Exams: Pass

1. Official final transcripts in English indicating a strong academic history; include grading key.

  a) Minimum requirement is successful completion of a bachelor’s degree.

  b) Applicants who have pursued graduate-level coursework or degrees must include those transcripts as well.

2. One or two years of full-time, post-university, professional-level work experience. Internships  

and part-time work will not be counted.

3. Dated and signed letter of recommendation on university or company letterhead from a professor  

or supervisor.

4. Resume or CV

5. Essay: minimum 200 words explaining your qualifications and motivation for taking the program.

6. A spoken language phone screening may be required for students applying to Project Management. This can 

be conducted in person if the applicant is already in San Diego; otherwise it will be done by phone or Skype.


PROJECT MANAGEMENT (2 QUARTERS) $12,500

For additional costs, see page 27. 

Project Management certificate student learns the elements needed to initiate, execute and complete a successful 

project. The student has the opportunity to apply new knowledge and skills to a specific industry in a comprehensive 

hands-on simulation experience, improve people skills to prevent or handle all types of conflicts, and learn the nuances of 

management from a global perspective. This intensive certificate can be completed in just two quarters.  

Program Benefits:

•   Develop highly marketable competencies that can be applied in all industries including govenment, IT, construction, 

education and many more.

•  Build strong interpersonal skills critical to conducting work in a team environment.

•  Enhance abilities to manage conflicts and address challenging situations.

•  Study alongside American students in some of the classes, building your professional network.

•  Fulfill the necessary education hours and prepare for the PMP or CAPM Certification exam.

•   Learn from the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK), which was developed by the Project Management 

Institute (PMI). 

•   Transfer some units to the Master of Science in Project Management program (degree offered fully online) from 

the University of Wisconsin, Platteville upon completion of the Certificate in Project Management. Learn more at:           

www.uwplatt.edu/disted/project-management.html

Note: A student must earn a letter grade of “B“ or higher in every class in order to earn a certificate for this program.

Project Management Certificate Program

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (2 QUARTERS) $11,500

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (3 QUARTERS) $16,000



For additional costs, see page 27. 

The Business Management certificate program offers students the opportunity to build job skills and knowledge or to 

prepare for graduate studies through an extensive introduction to U.S. business practices. Students elect to specialize in 

one of the following areas: Finance, Human Resources, Marketing, or Global Commerce. To complement the classroom 

experience, an internship is incorporated into the Business Management program.  

Program Benefits:

• Develop solid business management skills with a specialization in a field of your choice.

• Complement the classroom experience and build your professional contacts by completing a 120-hour unpaid internship 

at a reputable company.

• Study alongside American students in evening classes (during the second and/or third quarters) to further enhance your 

network.


• Receive a Professional Certificate in Business Management with a specialization in Finance, Human Resources, Marketing, 

or Global Commerce after two quarters. 

• Apply for Optional Practical Training (OPT) after three consecutive quarters of study.

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Proof of


Language

Proficiency

TOEFL 

paper-based: 



550

TOEFL


iBT:

80

TOEIC: 



760

IELTS:  


6.5

Cambridge

Advanced or Proficiency  

Exams: Pass



Additional requirements:

1. Official final transcripts in English indicating a strong academic history; include grading key.

    a) Minimum requirement is successful completion of a bachelor’s degree.

    b) Applicants who have pursued graduate-level coursework or degrees must include those transcripts as well.

2.  One to two years of full-time, post-university, professional-level work experience. Internships  

 

and part-time work will not be counted.



3.  Dated and signed letter of recommendation on university or company letterhead from a professor or 

supervisor.

4. Resume or CV.

5. Essay: minimum 200 words explaining your qualifications and motivation for taking the program.

6. A spoken language phone screening may be required for students applying to Business Management.  

    This can be conducted in person if the applicant is already in San Diego; otherwise it will be done  

    by phone or Skype.

Project Management Overview

1st quarter

 (15 units)



2nd quarter

 (12-15 units)



Interested in OPT?

Required courses:

•  Project Management Essentials OR 

 

  Project Management Boot Camp



•  Work Team Concepts and Skills 

•  Interest-Based Negotiation

•  Business Communication Skills 

•  Managing for Maximum Performance  

 

  or other management skills course



Required courses: 

•  Project Planning and Scheduling

•  Controlling Project Costs and Risks

•  Project Procurement Management

•  Directed Studies–Capstone Class

•  Elective: Students will have the opportunity to choose  

  an additional class from a list of business elective courses  

  as determined by the business department.

Apply for both the Project Management program and one 

quarter of Business Essentials or Intermediate Business 

Essentials when completing application materials; the 

Business Admissions adviser will work one-on-one with 

you to determine your third-quarter option. The price of the 

additional quarter is $4,500.



Hina Shaikh  

INDIA


I like everything about UC San Diego and 

the Project Management Certificate program. 

The classes are small and the instructors are 

distinguished professionals who link theory 

and practice from their own experiences. 

Participating in interactive lessons and studying 

alongside other working professionals make 

learning more interesting. UC San Diego has 

definitely let me charter and set my career 

course. I previously worked as a project 

manager in Doha, Qatar. Following completion 

of my Certificate, I plan to apply for OPT to 

help me gain work experience and allow me 

to practice my newfound skills in the United 

States. It will be interesting to see how projects 

are managed in this part of the world, and I 

am excited to begin this new chapter of my 

professional life.

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Business Management Overview

1st quarter

 (15-20 units)



2nd quarter

 (12-15 units)



3rd quarter

 (12-15 units)



Required courses:

•  Business Law for Managers

•  Elements of Marketing

•   Financial Accounting for  

 

Non-Accountants (FAFNA)



•  Organizational Behavior

•   Leveraging Human Capital  

 

(Finance, HR, and Global  



 

Commerce specializations)

•   Market Research and Analytics    

(Marketing specialization)

•   Directed Studies –    

 

Internship Preparation



Required courses and internship experience:

•  Business Decision Making

•  120 hours of internship

Three required courses in area of specialization:

Advanced Studies:

Students who successfully complete two quarters 

of Business Management can further develop 

their skills in an area of specialization and earn a 

Certificate of Completion in Advanced Studies.

•  Capstone project or class

•  Two required courses in area of specialization

    (Please see website for detailed course

    descriptions.)

•  In addition to the required courses, students

    will have the opportunity to choose additional

    units from a list of business elective courses

    as determined by the business department.

Finance:

•  Finance Management

•  Financial Statement Analysis

•  Compensation and    

 

  Performance Management



Human Resources:

•  Compensation and    

 

  Performance Management



•  Strategic Talent Acquisition

•  Training and Development



Marketing:

•  Product Management, Branding    

  and Positioning

•  Basics of Project Management

•  Digital Marketing

Global Commerce:

•  International Finance and  

 

  Capital Markets



•  International Trade Operations

•  Global Marketing

Apply at ip.extension.ucsd.edu

Apply at ip.extension.ucsd.edu

Contact: bpis@ucsd.edu

NOTE: Courses subject to change.

Contact: bpis@ucsd.edu



PROJECT MANAGEMENT ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Proof of


Language

Proficiency

TOEFL 

paper-based: 



550

TOEFL


iBT:

80

TOEIC: 



760

IELTS:  


6.5

Cambridge

Advanced or Proficiency  

Exams: Pass

1. Official final transcripts in English indicating a strong academic history; include grading key.

  a) Minimum requirement is successful completion of a bachelor’s degree.

  b) Applicants who have pursued graduate-level coursework or degrees must include those transcripts as well.

2. One or two years of full-time, post-university, professional-level work experience. Internships  

and part-time work will not be counted.

3. Dated and signed letter of recommendation on university or company letterhead from a professor  

or supervisor.

4. Resume or CV

5. Essay: minimum 200 words explaining your qualifications and motivation for taking the program.

6. A spoken language phone screening may be required for students applying to Project Management. This can 

be conducted in person if the applicant is already in San Diego; otherwise it will be done by phone or Skype.


Takahiro Yamamoto   

JAPAN


My goal is to be an English teacher who can 

effectively teach communication skills. The 

traditional English education style in Japan 

focuses primarily on grammar and reading; I 

would like to integrate listening and speaking 

so that my students can communicate well 

in English. During the TEFL Professional 

Certificate program, I had many opportunities 

to demonstrate an English class based on a 

lesson plan that I had developed. After each 

demonstration, the instructors gave me very 

helpful feedback, which made me a more 

competent and confident future English teacher. 

I strongly recommend this program both to 

students who already have experience teaching 

and to students with no experience teaching.   

TEFL PROFICIENCY 

CERTIFICATE $4,750



For additional costs, see page 27. 

This three-month course is a foundation course in  

TEFL for non-native English speakers.

What this program includes

The curriculum consists of the following core courses:

•  Introduction to Teaching Pronunciation and Fluency (27 

hours)


• Introduction to Teaching English as a Foreign  

Language (27 hours)

• Introduction to Teaching Writing (27 hours)

• Oral Presentations for Language Teachers (27 hours)

Note: Students who transfer directly from a 10-week 

UCSD-ELI English program or UCSD-ELI TEFL program will 

get a $250 USD discount on their tuition for this TEFL 

program.


Benefits of taking a TEFL Program

• Develop effective ESL/EFL teaching skills

• Learn first-hand from experienced ESL/EFL instructors

• Study alongside American students

• Qualify for Optional Practical Training (OPT) after three consecutive  

  quarters of Certificate study

• The Graduate School of Education at Alliant International University (AIU) in  

  San Diego will accept transfer credits from UC San Diego Extension’s Teaching  

  English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) Certificate Programs to its Master of    

  Arts in Education with an emphasis in Teaching English to Speakers of  

 

  Other Languages (TESOL). For more details, contact our TEFL Coordinator,    



  Kim Gonzalez, at tefl@ucsd.edu.

Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) Certificate Programs

Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) Certificate Programs

TEFL PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE PROGRAM



(6-MONTH FORMAT)

 $8,300


For additional costs, see page 27. 

This six-month program focuses on the development of effective classroom teaching skills 

and modern English language teaching techniques to students in non-English speaking 

countries and in intensive English programs.

Both prospective and current English teachers can substantially improve their knowledge of 

English language teaching in this program.



What this program includes

The curriculum consists of the following core courses:

1. Best Methods in Teaching Listening Skills (3 units)

2. Teaching Writing for Academic and Professional Purposes (3 units)

3. Theories and Methods of Language Teaching and Learning (3 units)

4. Theory and Methods of Reading Instruction (3 units)

5. Advanced Analysis of English Sentence Structure I (3 units)

6. Best Methods in Teaching Pronunciation and Fluency (3 units)

7. Best Methods in Teaching Speaking Skills (3 units)

8.  Test Practicum: Best Methods in Developing and Delivering Lesson Plans (3 units)

In addition, three all-day Saturday workshops or one additional three-unit elective course 

must be completed. Students can choose from several electives, depending on what is 

offered each quarter. Some examples are:

•  Advanced Analysis of English Sentence Structure II (3 units)

•  Games for the EFL Classroom (1 unit)

•  Grammar and Editing I or II (3 units each)

•  Oral Presentations for Language Teachers (3 units)

•  Pronunciation Workshop: Special Needs in the Asian Classroom (1 unit)

•  Teaching TOEFL Prep Classes: Paper and Internet (1 unit)

TEFL PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE PROGRAM



(INTENSIVE FORMAT)

 $8,300


For additional costs, see page 27. 

Complete the Professional Certificate Program in TEFL in just three months—same courses 

in a shorter time!

Note:  Students who transfer directly from a 10-week UCSD ELI English Language program 

or UCSD-ELI TEFL program will get a $500 discount on their tuition for the 6-month and 

Intensive TEFL Professional Certificate programs.



Class Schedule and Transportation

Individual schedules depend on emphasis and electives chosen. All daytime TEFL 

classes are available at the UC San Diego campus, but access to a car or other reliable 

transportation may be required for evening classes. Early enrollment is strongly 

recommended for best selection of courses and class times.

TEACHING ENGLISH TO THE YOUNG

LEARNER (TEYL) $4,750

For additional costs, see page 27. 

This full-time program is excellent for students who are 

interested in attaining additional competencies in teaching 

English as a foreign language to young people.



What this program includes

The required courses are:

• TEYL Focus on the Classroom (3 units)

• TEYL Focus on the Learner (3 units)

• TEYL Focus on the Teacher (3 units)

Students must choose an additional 3 units from the 

available electives each quarter. 

Note: Students who transfer directly from a 10-week 

UCSD-ELI English program or UCSD-ELI TEFL program will 

get a $250 USD discount on their tuition for this TEFL 

program.

SPECIAL STUDIES IN TEFL $4,750



For additional costs, see page 27. 

This is a full-time, three-month program of select courses 

in TEFL and other academic areas to enhance teacher 

preparation. Students must choose and enroll in a total 

of 12 UC San Diego Extension units, with the advice and 

approval of the TEFL Coordinator. No online courses 



will count towards the Special Studies in TEFL 

program. All courses must be taken face-to-face in 

this program.

Note: Students who transfer directly from a 10-week 

UCSD-ELI English program or UCSD-ELI TEFL program will 

get a $250 USD discount on their tuition for this TEFL 

program.

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TEACHING ENGLISH GRAMMAR

Students who are already enrolled in the 

Professional Certificate in TEFL, Special Studies in 

TEFL Certificate, or the TEFL Proficiency Certificate 

may enroll in the Teaching English Grammar 

(TEG) concurrent TEFL program. The TEG program 

cannot be taken alone because it is not a full-time 

program and does not provide students with the 

Form I-20.

What this program includes

The required core courses are:

•  Advanced Analysis of English Sentence Structure 

I (3 units)

•  Advanced Analysis of English Sentence Structure 

II (3 units)

Students can choose 6 units from the following 

courses:


• Advanced Grammar Seminar (3 units)

• Grammar and Editing I or II (3 units each)

•  Grammar Workshops I-IV (four different           

1-unit workshops)

Students must be prepared to pay for additional 

classes in order to obtain this concurrent certificate. 

Required courses and electives for this concurrent 

certificate may not all be offered in one quarter.



TEG certificate enrollment fee: $100             

(non-refundable)

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Apply at ip.extension.ucsd.edu

Apply at ip.extension.ucsd.edu


Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) Certificate Programs

TEFL PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE PROGRAM



(6-MONTH FORMAT)

 $8,300


For additional costs, see page 27. 

This six-month program focuses on the development of effective classroom teaching skills 

and modern English language teaching techniques to students in non-English speaking 

countries and in intensive English programs.

Both prospective and current English teachers can substantially improve their knowledge of 

English language teaching in this program.



What this program includes

The curriculum consists of the following core courses:

1. Best Methods in Teaching Listening Skills (3 units)

2. Teaching Writing for Academic and Professional Purposes (3 units)

3. Theories and Methods of Language Teaching and Learning (3 units)

4. Theory and Methods of Reading Instruction (3 units)

5. Advanced Analysis of English Sentence Structure I (3 units)

6. Best Methods in Teaching Pronunciation and Fluency (3 units)

7. Best Methods in Teaching Speaking Skills (3 units)

8.  Test Practicum: Best Methods in Developing and Delivering Lesson Plans (3 units)

In addition, three all-day Saturday workshops or one additional three-unit elective course 

must be completed. Students can choose from several electives, depending on what is 

offered each quarter. Some examples are:

•  Advanced Analysis of English Sentence Structure II (3 units)

•  Games for the EFL Classroom (1 unit)

•  Grammar and Editing I or II (3 units each)

•  Oral Presentations for Language Teachers (3 units)

•  Pronunciation Workshop: Special Needs in the Asian Classroom (1 unit)

•  Teaching TOEFL Prep Classes: Paper and Internet (1 unit)

TEFL PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE PROGRAM




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