Leading Organizational Change Graduate Certificate
The Department of Leadership and Organizational Administration offers a 9-hour graduate certificate in Leading Organizational Change.
Leaders are constantly confronted with the need to maintain organizational viability in the face of a changing external environment. This nine-hour program addresses the influence of an organizational culture and climate on organizational change, the impact of strategic planning on implementing change, and the importance of social influence processes for supporting change and minimizing resistance to change.
The certificate can be earned by taking just one course at a time for three eight-week terms. All courses in this certificate program can fully articulate into the Strategic Leadership concentration for the Master of Professional Studies. The following courses, which can be completed in any order, are required to complete this certificate:
- LDSP 5200 Organizational Culture, Politics, and Change
- LDSP 5160 Organizational Strategy for Leaders
- LDSP 5140 Social Influence Processes
To learn more about this program, contact our Graduate Coordinator:
Dr. Kathryn Woods, Associate Professor for Leadership & Organizational Administration