Certificate in Organizational Leadership and Communication
Today's employers expect applicants with bachelor's degrees to possess a broad range of professional leadership skills, from communication and coordination to organization and critical thinking. But with more and more professionals choosing specialized degree programs, employers are finding it increasingly difficult to find and hire applicants who have the general professional skills they need to fill vital management and leadership positions.
That's why we created the 12-credit, online University of Wisconsin Certificate in Organizational Leadership and Communication. The program is specially designed to bring busy adult learners key qualities from the Organizational Leadership and Communication bachelor's degree coursework. Completing this certificate can give you a standalone credential or be your first step in pursuing your Organizational Leadership and Communication degree. Enroll now and you could complete your certificate in as little as two eight-week terms!
The online certificate is a great choice if:
- You have at 30 credits from an accredited college or university
- You have a bachelor's degree but want an up-to-date credential
- You'd like to sample the curriculum before committing to a two-year bachelor's degree completion program
Credits For Completion
To complete this certificate, you will be required to take four courses from the Bachelor of Professional Studies in Organizational Leadership and Communication curriculum for a total of 12 credits. Courses are offered in convenient eight-week sessions (two sessions per semester). Take one or more courses each session.
Before applying to the program, you must complete at least 30 credits from an accredited college or university.
How To Apply
Visit the Organizational Leadership and Communication program website and choose the "12-Credit Certificate" page from under the "Program" tab. We will be happy to guide you through the application process.
This program is a collaboration of the University of Wisconsin-Extension and UW-Eau Claire.