Certificate in Interdisciplinary Leadership
Upon completion of the interdisciplinary leadership certificate, students will have gained contemporary leadership skills in order to effectively contribute more to their profession and community. They will be able to:
- Identify leadership theories and concepts;
- Differentiate leadership practices across settings, organizations, disciplines and systems;
- Identify cultural strengths and differences through a leadership framework;
- Develop leadership skills based on personal strengths and professional interests; and
- Lead individuals in teamwork exercises.
For more information, contact Kristyn Smith.
Office of Academic Affairs
Morrison Hall, Room 109
Students must complete one course from each of the four categories listed (Intro, Behavior, Application and Elective). A cumulative grade point average of at least 2.000 is required for all courses comprising the certificate program and no grades below C.
Intro (Choose One)
|HNRS 351||Survey of Leadership||3|
|ID 301||Leadership is Essential Seminar||3|
Behavior (Choose One)
|HNRS 310R||Honors Tutorial - Evolving Leaders||1|
|ID 300||Design Thinking & Innovation||3|
Application (Choose One)
|HP 408||Leadership in Self and Society||3|
|HP 408H||Leadership in Self and Society Honors||3|
|ID 506||Leadership Development for Innovation||3|
|ID 720||Sustainable Teams and Organizations||3|
|PHS 621||Supervisory Management in Health Care Organizations||3|
Elective (Choose One)
|COMM 328||Teamwork, Leadership and Group Communication||3|
|ENGR 501||The Engineer as Leader||3|
|MGMT 463||Building Effective Work Teams||3|
|NURS 460||Leadership and Clinical Decision Making||4|
|NURS 490||Healthcare Leadership for the Practicing RN||3|
|PHS 333||Organizational Behavior and Leadership in Health Organizations||3|
Additional courses can be added to this list as approved by the certificate review board. Courses will be reviewed on a semester by semester basis.
A maximum of one course (3 credit hours) may be transferred from another institution if an articulation exists for one of the courses listed above.
This certificate program is not eligible for Title IV (federal financial aid) funding unless the certificate is part of the degree program the student is pursuing or the certificate has been specified as a gainful employment (aid eligible) program.