Graduate Certificate: Organizational Leadership
The graduate certificate program in organizational leadership allows students to achieve a firm grasp of contemporary leadership theory and practice. It is designed for individuals in leadership positions who wish to enhance their ability to lead.
The 15-credit program is designed to enhance a leader’s conceptual and interpersonal skills, allowing them to include value-centered, service-driven leadership in their everyday operating philosophy and style. Students in the certificate program develop a heightened awareness of their capabilities and limitations and a corresponding commitment to uniting one’s organizational colleagues around the creation and attainment of a common vision.
Admission to the Certificate Program
Admission to the certificate program is granted to individuals who apply and meet the standards for admission to a graduate program. Students who wish to pursue a Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership may use the credits in this certificate program, providing that the admission requirements for the MAOL program are met.
The certificate is awarded upon successful completion of all coursework (15 credits) with a minimum grade of “C” and an overall grade point average of 3.0. No transfer credits may be used. All course prerequisites must be completed.
|OLCU 501||Organizational Research||3|
|OLCU 600||Foundations of Organizational Leadership||3|
|OLCU 601||Democracy, Ethics and Leadership||3|
|Required Courses Subtotal||9|
|Select two of the following:||6|
|Seminar in Organizational Dynamics|
|Leadership & Team Development|
|Leadership Lives in Film|
|Human Resource Foundations|
|Elective Courses Subtotal||6|