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Each certificate provides a pathway of expertise in a specialty area of management. The courses are commonly applied to a Master of Science degree in Management. A certificate will be awarded to students who successfully complete all 15 credits with a minimum of a 3.000 grade point average. All courses must be completed within a seven-year period.
MGT 5025 Business Ethics 3 credits
MGT 5030 The Legal Environment of Business 3 credits
MGT 5035 Managerial Economics 3 credits
MGT 5040 Marketing Management 3 credits
MGT 5045 Organizational Behavior 3 credits
Total 15 credits
HSM 5000 The American Healthcare Systems 3 credits
HSM 5005 Healthcare Finance 3 credits
HSM 5010 Epidemiology 3 credits
HSM 5015 Healthcare: Legal and Ethical Issues 3 credits
HSM 5020 Policy and Decision Making 3 credits
Total 15 credits
A graduate certificate program designed to prepare individuals to administer, design and/or conduct training for adults. The Training of Trainers program prepares individuals to provide training for employees in business, industry, health, and non-profit institutions.
The popular Advanced Certificate in Training of Trainers is a six credit hour, stand-alone program that offers an accelerated format for working adults. Once earned, the six credits may also be applied towards the Masters Degree. The program is offered in two consecutive terms.
AED 5071 Training of Trainers: Needs Assessment
AED 5072 Training of Trainers: Program Design & Evaluation
AED 5073 Training of Trainers: Learning Theory for Trainers
AED 5074 Training of Trainers: Characteristics of Adult Learners
AED 5075 Training of Trainers: Learning Environment and Social Dynamics
AED 5076 Training of Trainers: Techniques for Teaching Adults
A graduate certificate program designed to survey the philosophy, theories, principles, and models of Human Resource Development and their interrelationship to the organization as a whole. The Human Resource Development program helps individuals increase their competency in planning, implementing, and managing HRD functions with emphasis on the education of adults.
The certificate is a 15 credit hour, stand- alone program. Once earned, the 15 credits may also be applied towards the Masters Degree. Training of Trainers graduates will get credit for AED 5020 towards the HRD Certificate.
The courses for this program are:
AED 5010 - Critical Issues in Human Resource Development
AED 5020 - Program Development and Evaluation
AED 5270 - Facilitating Learning Organizations
PSY 5150 - Organizational Psychology
HUE 5630 - Career Development
This graduate certificate program will result in greater appreciation and understanding of Mark Twain, his life, his works, and his times. Participation in the certificate program's courses, symposia, and conferences will expose students to a variety of viewpoints and approaches as well as permit in-depth work with distinguished Elmira College faculty and scholars in residence at the Elmira College Center for Mark Twain Studies at Quarry Farm.