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Graduate School

Graduate Certificate
Interprofessional Leadership in Healthcare

Program Requirements

Applicants must meet one of the following minimum requirements to be regularly admitted:

Any graduate, terminal, or professional degree from a regionally accredited university
OR
a cumulative undergraduate GPA of 2.75 (based on a 4.0 scale) from a regionally accredited university

 

Applicants who do not meet the requirements for regular admission may meet the requirements to be conditionally admitted:

Minimum cumulative undergraduate GPA of 2.5 (based on a 4.0 scale) from a regionally accredited university

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why consider a Graduate Certificate in Interprofessional Leadership in Healthcare?
Requiring less time and money than a master’s degree, graduate certificates are one of the fastest-growing forms of post-secondary credentials in the U. S.  In this Graduate Certificate program, students will develop their own interprofessional leadership skills in real-time applying lessons within their own setting, interacting with peers and faculty, and engaging in powerful self-discovery to develop their full leadership potential.

What is the focus of Graduate Certificate in Interprofessional Leadership in Healthcare?
The program focuses on strength-based leadership, emotion-related skills, reflective practice and evidence-based practice approaches which can open endless possibilities for interprofessional collaboration, organizational efficiency and personal growth.

How does a Graduate Certificate differ from a Graduate Degree?
When one completes a certificate program, students are completing a set curriculum designed to expand specific skill-sets.  Certificates are frequently used by individuals to demonstrate to an employer that specific new skills or expertise have been acquired.

Who can enroll in this Graduate Certificate Program?
Open to any student with a completed bachelor’s degree or higher and the Graduate School GPA requirement.

Are the certificate courses taught online?
This program is offered fully online.

 

 

Can I attend as a part-time student?
Yes. But part-time attendance will take longer to complete the certificate

How long are the semesters?
The online courses are offered in 8-week terms during the Fall and Spring semesters and 4 week terms during the summer. The flexibility of online 8 week courses is perfect for working professionals who wish to complete the program faster.

How many hours are included in this Graduate Certificate?
5 courses – a total of 15 credit hours

How long will it take to complete the Graduate Certificate?
Students can complete the program as quickly as 6 months. You may begin the program in any semester.


Still have Questions?

Contact our program coordinator for more information:

Jessica Dolecheck, Ph.D
Professor| Program Coordinator of Health Studies
College of Health Sciences
318-342-5583
dolecheck@ulm.edu


ULM Graduate School
Sandel Hall Room 243
700 University Avenue
Monroe, LA 71209

Monday-Thursday
7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Friday
7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

(318) 342-1036

gradadmissions@ulm.edu

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