Richard J. Bolte, Sr. School of Business
Graduate Certificate in Organizational Development
Employees in human resource management learn how they can make a difference in their organization's success.
“Many HR departments are involved in supporting organizational effectiveness through the provision of internal consulting, team building, coaching and facilitation services within their organizations. The Mount’s program is directly related to this effort.”
— Jill Sugden, Director of Human Resources at SAIC-Frederick, Inc.
In today’s competitive economy, organizations need to understand the process and dynamics of change to keep pace with the rapidly changing landscape. This certificate focuses on the goals and ethics of Organizational Development and provides the knowledge, skills, and abilities to enable organizations to improve their effectiveness, enhance performance, and develop their employees at all levels. The Organizational Development certificate provides students with knowledge, skills, and abilities to enable their organizations to improve its effectiveness and develop employees at all levels. Graduates of this program are likely to be employed in human resources management. (SOC code 13-1073.00)
This certificate program consists of five graduate courses. These five courses (15 academic credits) can be applied toward an MBA degree, if you complete seven additional courses (22 academic credits).
All courses are offered on an accelerated basis, meeting one night a week, 6 - 9:30 p.m., over 8 weeks.