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​To graduate from the program and receive a certificate, participants must complete the entire three-year curriculum. To earn the necessary educational points for the International Institute of Municipal Clerks" Certified Municipal Clerk designation, clerks must complete the three-year curriculum and a capstone project.

Year One (2010, 2013, 2016)​

Course ​​Spring (Session A) Fall (Session B)
​Levels and Forms of Government
​3.5
​1.5
​Role of Municipal Clerk and Meeting Administration ​5.0 ​2.0
​Financial Management ​5.0
​Business License Administration ​3.0
​Procurement ​1.5
​Decision Making ​3.5
​Interpersonal Skills ​4.5 ​2.5
​Records Management
​3.0 
​Roundtable Sessions ​2.5 ​2.5
20 Hours​ ​20 Hours
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Year Two (2011, 2014, 2017) ​

​Course Spring (Session A) Fall (Session B)
​Human Resource Management ​3.5
​Technology in the Workplace ​3.5 ​3.5
​Election Administration ​3.5
​Basic Accounting ​3.5
​Written Communication ​3.5
​Interpersonal Skills ​3.5
​Payroll Administration ​3.5
​Risk Management ​2.0
​Time Management ​2.5
​Grants Administration ​1.5
​Notary Public ​1.0
​Roundtable Sessions ​2.5 ​2.5
20 Hours​​ 20 Hours​
​ ​ ​

Year Three (2012, 2015, 2018) ​

​Course Spring (Session A) Fall (Session B)
​Human Resource Management 3.5​
​Ethics ​5.0
​Municipal Law ​3.5 3.5​
​Records Management ​2.0
​Public Speaking ​3.5
​Basic Budgeting ​3.5
​Negotiation/Collaboration Skills ​3.5
​Customer Service ​2.0 5.0​
​Roundtable Sessions ​2.5 2.5​
​20 Hours​ 20 Hours​​