Business & Computer Systems - Programs of Study
Professional Organizational Coaching
A Business Management Certificate of Proficiency (Career)
Application Code 213
For curriculum information, contact the Business and Computer Systems Division—Room DH-239—443-518-1520.
This certificate is designed for professionals who intend to develop proficiency in the application of coaching skills to their existing set of business abilities or those who wish to establish a coaching practice. This certificate is appropriate for mid-managers in a broad range of settings, including Human Resources; small business enterprises; and helping professions, such as health or education and technology. In addition, professionals who are seeking a career transition or other work options may pursue personal coaching. Professional Organizational Coaching emphasizes the use of coaching in the business environment to enhance effective leadership, increase employee motivation, work on effective communication, foster team-building, develop organizational cultures for coaching, and create effective management of change and transition.
|BMGT-133||Coaching for Performance in the Workplace||3|
|BMGT-134 ||Coaching as a Tool for Effective Leadership||3|
|BMGT-135||Development of an Organizational Coaching Culture||3|
|BMGT-136||Coaching Through Change and Transition||3|
|Electives–Select 3-6 credits from the following (3 credits each):|
| BMGT-120||Small Business Management|
| BMGT-240||Human Resource Management|
| HEED-155/CRES-155||Introduction to Conflict Resolution: Science and Art|
| PSYC-101||General Psychology||3-6|