The Undergraduate Certificate in Leadership provides students with the skills and practical and theoretical concepts that will assist them to understand their leadership styles, apply them appropriately to create and develop their workforce teams and prepare them for leadership positions. This program seeks to prepare students to prepare for and drive change.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Demonstrate comprehension of leadership, and leadership principles as they are related to the operation and management of the functional components of business.
- Use independent, critical thinking and reasoning skills as they relate to organizational behavior for the purpose of solving problems and the attainment of organizational goals from a leadership perspective.
- Explain and disseminate processes and strategies for decision-making and examine the implications of decisions on organizational behavior and leadership style.
- Demonstrate an ability to analyze data in relation to leadership responsibility for making decisions that fosters an environment of a strong and disciplined organizational workforce operating efficiently in teams.
Course Requirements (18 credit hours)
|ENG 315 Business Communication||3 credit hours|
|ENT 300 Essentials of Entrepreneurship||3 credit hours|
|ORG 300 Introduction to Organizational Behavior||3 credit hours|
|LDR 302 Introduction to Leadership||3 credit hours|
|MKT 300 Principles of Marketing||3 credit hours|
|MGT 300 Fundamentals of Decision Making||3 credit hours|