Hi, I previously posted a thread regarding the Harvard Strategic Management Certificate and have since discovered two others that I feel are worth discussing. The three I am considering are: 1) Stanford Strategic Decision and Risk Management Certificate: Stanford University, Stanford Strategic Decision and Risk Management - Certificate Overview 2) Cornell Business Strategy: Achieving Competitive Advantage: Business Strategy: Achieving Competitive Advantage 3) Harvard Strategic Management Certificate: Strategic Management Certificate | Strategic Management Training at Harvard I recently graduated with an undergrad in Business Finance and am not looking to pursue a graduate degree at this time. I do however want to avoid repetition from what I already learned through my undergrad. I am more interested in enriching my knowledge and developing my critical thinking skills. Any thoughts on these programs and how they would align towards my goals would be greatly appreciated! -Larry I will be able to take one of these certificates and want to make the right choice.