Credit Business Fellow SM The Credit Business Fellow SM (CBF SM ) is an academic- and participation-based designation that affirms achievers are knowledgeable about and have contributed to the field of business credit by first having earned the CBA SM designation, as well as having completed additional course work. The CBF SM signals competence in business and credit law. CBF SM designation applicants must have accumulated 75 Career Roadmap points. An updated copy of your resume should accompany your CBF SM Application form and completed Career Roadmap. The courses needed to qualify for this designation are: • Business Law (Contracts, Negotiable Instruments) • Credit Law (UCC, Bankruptcy, Antitrust) Business Law should be completed before Credit Law. A minimum passing grade of C or higher is necessary to successfully complete each course. If you are taking a college course, it is recommended that information about the course be sent to the NACM-National Education Department for course equivalency evaluation prior to enrollment. If you have completed this course work, you must submit details about the course’s curriculum; please send either a course outline or description so that course equivalency may be evaluated. 4 Business Law This course requirement may be fulfilled by succesfully completing either: 1. One semester of Business Law or the Legal Environment of Business at a college. 2. NACM-National’s independent, online Business Law course. 3. Your local NACM Affiliated Association sponsored course. Credit Law This course requirement may be fulfilled by succesfully completing either: 1. One semester of Advanced Business Law or Business Law II at a college. Before taking a college course, please submit course information to the NACM-National Education Department for equivalency evaluation. 2. NACM-National’s independent, online Credit Law course. 3. Your local NACM Affiliated Association sponsored course.