Urban Leadership Certificate
School of Public Administration, College of Public Affairs & Community Service; Department of Black Studies and Department of Political Science, College of Arts and Sciences; School of Communication, College of Communication, Fine Arts and Media
The graduate certificate in urban leadership is an interdisciplinary certificate program that provides current and future urban leaders with the skills and training necessary to lead and communicate in diverse urban settings effectively and ethically.
Program Contact Information
Barbara Hewins-Maroney, PhD, Graduate Program Chair (GPC)
123 College of Public Affairs & Community Service (CPACS)
Meagan VanGelder, EdD, Senior Advisor
111 College of Public Affairs & Community Service (CPACS)
Application Deadlines (Spring 2024, and Fall 2024)
- Fall: June 1
- Spring: October 1
- English Language Proficiency: Applicants are required to have a command of oral and written English. Those who do not hold a baccalaureate or other advanced degree from the U.S., OR a baccalaureate or other advanced degree from a predetermined country on the waiver list, must meet the minimum language proficiency score requirement in order to be considered for admission.
- Internet-based TOEFL: 80, IELTS: 6.5, PTE: 53, Duolingo: 110
- Statement of Purpose: The statement of purpose should be 1-2 pages describing your interest in this certificate and how the certificate will help you achieve your personal goals.
|UBNS 8000||SEMINAR IN URBAN STUDIES||3|
|UBNS 8400||URBAN LEADERSHIP||3|
|CMST 8186||COMMUNICATION LEADERSHIP AND POWER AND ORGANIZATIONS||3|
|Electives - select two:||6|
|BLACK LEADERSHIP IN AMERICA|
|COMMUNICATION AND SOCIAL PROTEST|
|PERSUASION AND SOCIAL INFLUENCE|
|INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION IN THE GLOBAL WORKPLACE|
|ADMINISTRATIVE ETHICS AND LEADERSHIP|
|SEMINAR IN LEADERSHIP|