Online Certificate in Organizational Development and Leadership
The Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies (CAGS) options offered as part of the
Organizational Development and Leadership Program are designed to enhance your skills
and competencies as a leader practitioner directing or engaging in change in any organizational
Through graduate-level coursework, you will learn to deliver optimal results at all
levels. To help meet the needs of students who are employed full-time, the certificate
programs are offered entirely online. Additionally, the Organizational Development
and Leadership CAGS can be pursued in conjunction with other PCOM degree programs
including the Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, Doctor of Pharmacy, Doctor of Clinical
Psychology, Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling, School Psychology, Forensics
and Biomedical Science programs.
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Thriving organizations have leaders who understand that people are their greatest
assets. Evolving leaders seek to learn and understand what motivates their people
to get the best results at multiple levels (individual, group, organization and community).
Leaders learn and know how to apply strategies to enhance the organization’s culture
and climate through highly-developed coaching and mentoring skills that will guide
others to achieve exceptional human performance and productivity. To help students
develop these skills, PCOM’s leadership certificate programs offer:
- Practical application of theory with real-life experiences.
- Low student-to-faculty ratio.
- Diversity in student backgrounds along with the benefits of intergenerational and
- Authenticity and self-awareness discovery for students.
- A support network for highly engaged alumni.
Students pursuing the certificate of advanced graduate study (CAGS) will complete
four courses for a total of 12 credits. Certificate options include:
- Organizational Development and Leadership
- Public and Population Health Leadership
Visit the course catalog for additional information including available course options.