Organizational Development and Leadership Certificate

The Organizational Development and Leadership Certificate program prepares the student to apply the theories in leadership and organizational behavior and human resource development to organizational settings and consulting environments. The program enables students to utilize knowledge and skills required to lead, facilitate, and train within an organizational setting in addition to consult in the area of leadership, organizational development and change management.

Admission Requirements

In addition to the general graduate admission requirements of The University of Texas at Tyler, admission to the certificate program is contingent upon favorable review by the graduate committee. Admission to the certificate program requires the submission of a portfolio consisting of the following information.

  1. A baccalaureate or advanced degree from a regionally accredited college or university
  2. Original transcripts
  3. The admission process is complete when the applicant has been notified of acceptance to the certificate program.

Students must maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or greater. Upon successful completion of the approved 15 semester credit hours, students will be awarded a certificate. Credits earned in fulfillment of the Organizational Development and Leadership Certificate Program may be applied to other graduate degrees in the Soules College of Business. All other graduate degree regulations and policies are applicable to the certificate program.

Curriculum (15 hours total)

Required Courses

MANA 5350Strategic Human Resources Management

MANA 5320Organizational Behavior

HRD 5344Conflict Resolution

HRD 5347Performance Consulting

HRD 5352Organization Development