The Graduate Certificate in Leadership and Change is awarded for successful completion of six courses — four required and two electives, a total of 18 credits. Students benefit from our experienced faculty of scholars and practitioners, peer-to-peer collaboration,
and a curriculum that reflects current theory and practice. The program can be completed in as little as two semesters of full-time study or in a year and a half of part-time study.
Students are advised to refer to the current New School Academic Catalog for degree completion requirements and to confirm their progress in satisfying those requirements with their advisors.
|NMGM 5003 Foundations of Organizational Change||3|
NMGM 5008 Why Leadership Matters: Power or Potential (offered fall term only)
NMGM 6020 The Science and Art of Leadership Development (offered spring term only)
NMGM 6007 Leading Change Practicum (offered spring term only)
|Two electives from the Change Competencies, Leadership Applications, and Applied Context course offerings||6|
Students in this program have a variety of educational backgrounds and work experience. The only prerequisite is a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university. Students enrolled in relevant master's degree programs
at The New School may concurrently pursue a graduate certificate. Interested students should contact the Director of Student Affairs at the Milano School for advising.