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Opportunities to Boost Professional and Personal Skills

Target Skills with Micro-Credential Opportunities!

Post University is all about making your education personal. Many of our degree and certificate programs offer options to help customize your learning experiences to your goals, including elective classes, available concentrations, and micro-credential opportunities.

What Is a Micro-Credential?

Micro-credentials are opportunities to build specific skills. They come in a variety of forms—from specialized technical skills like Google Analytics or CompTIA IT Fundamentals to professional skills that can be applied in any industry, such as interpersonal communication or negotiating.

These micro-credentials generally require a validating effort—frequently an exam or acknowledged completion of a class—that a third party attests to and affirms. A resume-ready digital badge is often awarded to provide proof of knowledge for a specific skill.

Explore Micro-Credential Opportunities for Your Future

At Post, we embed many of our undergraduate and graduate programs with flexible opportunities to pursue a micro-credential.


Business Essentials


  • Diversity and Inclusion
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Problem Solving and Data Analysis
  • Innovation and Strategic Thinking
  • Networking
  • Emotional Intelligence


  • Financial Accounting
  • Diversity and Inclusion
  • Effective Business Writing
  • Exceptional Critical Thinking
  • Data Analytics and Business Analytics for Beginners
  • Taking Effective and Accurate Meeting Minutes
  • Secrets to Successful Public Speaking
  • Presentation Skills Workshop
  • Business Solutions
  • Developing Effective Business Conversation Skills
  • Networking in the Corporate Environment

Career Services

  • Writing a Resume

Communication and Publication Relations

  • Certificate in Principles of Public Relations

Computer, Data, and Medical Science

  • CompTIA IT Fundamentals (ITF+)
  • SAS Certified Specialist: Base Programming Using SAS 9.4
  • Apprentice Medical Scribe Professional (AMSP)



  • Leading and Managing Change
  • Building an Inclusive Organization


  • OEC Early Childhood Teacher Credential

Emergency Management


  • AEM/Certified Emergency Manager Exam Prep
  • Fundamentals of Emergency Management
  • National Response Framework
  • Initial Ethics Orientation
  • Public Information Officer Awareness
  • Orientation to FEMA Logistics


  • Introduction to Incident Command System
  • National Response Framework
  • National Preparedness Goals and System Overview
  • CDC Crisis and Emergency Risk Communication (CERC)
  • COVID-19 Contact Tracing
  • Introduction to Hazardous Materials
  • Integrated Public Alert and Warning System (IPAWS) for Alert Originators
  • Social Media in Emergency Management
  • Introduction to Public-Private Partnerships
  • Emergency Planning
  • Concepts of Religious Literacy for Emergency Management
  • Introduction to Exercises
  • Effective Communication
  • Introduction to National Incident Management System
  • ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents
  • Forms Used for the Development of the Incident Action Plan
  • Leadership and Influence
  • Decision Making and Problem Solving
  • Associate Business Continuity Professional (ABCP)
  • AEM/CEM Certification Exam Prep
  • Workplace Security Awareness


  • Business Model Canvas
  • Body Language for Pitches
  • Pitch Content
  • Pitch Deck Design
  • Key Content for Pitch Decks
  • Research for Pitch Decks
  • Building Teams
  • Delegating Tasks
  • Making Thoughtful Business Decisions
  • Self-Confidence in Decision Making
  • Customer Segments
  • Customer Relationships
  • Channels
  • Costs
  • Revenue Structure
  • Pricing Strategy
  • Key Partners
  • Key Activities
  • Key Resources


  • American Riding Instructor Association (ARIA) Certification



  • Organizations
  • Advanced Topics in Taxes
  • Accounting Profession
  • CPA Test Prep
  • CPM Test Prep


  • Financial Accounting
  • Accounting Essentials for Non-Financial Managers
  • WHO Should Speak Accounting
  • Fundamentals of Cost Accounting
  • Financial Analysis
  • How to Turn Data into Compelling Visual Presentations
  • Present Information
  • Securities Industry Essentials (SIE) Test Prep
  • Series 6 Test Prep
  • Series 7 Test Prep

Human Resources


  • Fundamentals of Human Resources Management
  • Cultivating Diverse and Inclusive Teams
  • Recruiting, Interviewing, and Selecting Employees


  • Fundamentals of Human Resources Management
  • Diversity and Inclusion
  • Training and Development

Human Services


  • HS-BCP Credential Exam Prep


  • Human Research Training
  • Safe Zone Foundational Training
  • HS-BCP Credential Exam Prep
  • Preventing Adverse Childhood Experiences
  • Skills for Psychological Recovery
  • Nonprofit Management Foundations
  • Family Resilience
  • Design Your First Infographic

Leadership & Management


  • Creating a Respectful Workplace
  • Change Management Strategies for Team Leaders
  • Essential Management
  • Workplace Communications
  • Effective Workplace Relations
  • Developing Leadership Skills


  • Managerial Communications
  • Leading with Emotional Intelligence
  • Motivating and Influencing

Marketing and Sales

  • Success in Marketing Presentations
  • Fundamental Selling Techniques
  • Social Media Management
  • Google Ads Search
  • Sales Negotiations
  • Google Analytics
  • Present Information

Project Management

  • Agile Scrum
  • Project Communication
  • Planning

As part of their educational program, degree-seeking and non-degree-seeking students may have the opportunity to earn additional credentials in the form of a micro-credential. These micro-credentials can be awarded by either Post University or a recognized third-party industry authority. As these credentialing opportunities are embedded within the respective class’s coursework, they may require an exam, including an exam from a third-party organization, to earn the micro-credential. Like any grade earned from an exam offered within a class, earning a micro-credential will result from the student’s performance on the exam. As such, Post University does not guarantee that each student will receive any micro-credential offered by either Post University or an outside organization.

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