2023-2024 Academic Catalog 
    Jun 13, 2024  
2023-2024 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Organizational Leadership Certificate

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Program Description

This Organizational Leadership Certificate focuses on the people side of organizations and leading others. The certificate provides students with a broad perspective to prepare for complex social, cultural, and professional issues encountered in the workplace. 

Organizations have an increasing demand for those who have mastery in:

  • Interpersonal communication

  • Building effective teams

  • Critical thinking

  • Taking initiative

  • Problem Solving

  • Decision-Making

  • Conflict management

The Organizational Leadership Certificate focuses on understanding yourself as a leader and bringing your leadership strengths to workplace relationships and collaborative initiatives in the organizations where you work.

Admission Requirements

Students may not be classified as a Freshman.

Program Learning Outcomes

As a result of completing the courses required for the Organizational Leadership Certificate, students will:

1. Gain an understanding of their leadership style by completing self-assessments, writing self-reflections, examining their level of emotional intelligence, confidence, and optimism, and by exploring their individual problem solving and decision-making styles.

2. Understand the importance of values, ethics, trust, integrity, accountability, initiative, follow-through, forgiveness, vulnerability, and personal brand as it relates to establishing credibility as a leader.

3. Be able to demonstrate competence in numerous forms of communication: one-on-one, in a team environment, verbally, nonverbally, in writing, through listening, in a large group presentation, and virtually, using technology.

4. Be able to demonstrate the leadership behaviors necessary to motivate individuals and collaborate in teams to achieve organizational goals.

For More Information 

Semester One

Semester Two

Total: 12 Hours

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