During the Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 semesters, professional development and certificate classes will be offered as Flex Learning experiences. These classes are taught in real-time by Georgetown instructors using Zoom video conferencing. Flex Learning classes are designed to provide our professional learners with a high-quality, engaging educational experience. For more information about Flex Learning, please contact Program Support at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Franchise Management Certificate consists of two unique sessions which can be completed in any order and/or independently. Each session comprises an online component, which must be successfully completed prior to attending a three-day face-to-face component. CFE Credits from the ICFE will be granted upon completion of either/each session as outlined below:
Students that complete both Sessions I & II within a 2-year period will be eligible for the Certificate in Franchise Management from Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies.
You must successfully complete the two required courses for a total of 6.30 Continuing Education Units (CEUs), which is equivalent to 63.0 contact hours. The two courses must be completed within a two-year period.
Fundamentals of the Franchise Model (Required; 3.1 CEUs)
Franchise Management Theory and Practice (Required; 3.2 CEUs)