As our world continues to change and grow, new business leaders are emerging with the skills and insight to push the forefront of workforce management. With a Graduate Certificate in Leading People and Organizations, students will enhance their ability to develop, manage, and lead high-performance teams within the context of a positive company culture.
In just four or five courses, students will broaden their understanding of key components to manage up, down, and across an organization and deepen relationships with clients, suppliers, and stakeholders. Curriculum will explore ways to improve managerial and leadership effectiveness through diagnosing and influencing workplace behavior.
Students will take one required course and either three or four elective courses. The minimum required number of courses to earn a certificate is four; however, many students opt to take an additional elective in order to broaden their expertise.
The Graduate Certificate in Leading People and Organizations enrolls in January, May, and September.
|HRMG 6200||Managing People and Organizations||3|
|Complete 9 semester hours from the following:||9|
|Creating an Innovative Organization|
|Health Organization Management|
|Global Talent Management|
|Workforce Metrics and Analytics|
Program Credit/GPA Requirements
12 semester hours required, may take a maximum of 15 semester hours
Minimum 3.000 GPA required