Information Services and Technology - Certificate
The Organizational Leadership program offers certificates for those who wish to complete a specified cluster of courses within the Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership (MAOL) curriculum. Certificates derived from MAOL’s concentrations include:
- Ethics and Leadership
- Healthcare Leadership
- Information Services and Technology
- Library Leadership
- Nonprofit and Public Leadership
- Spirituality and Leadership
- Strategic Management
Common to each is the foundation course ethics and leadership. A certificate can be completed in lieu of, alongside of, or after finishing the MAOL degree. On-campus certificates require 15 to 18 credits.
Students in another graduate degree program at St. Catherine and individuals who have already earned a baccalaureate or graduate degree may pursue a certificate. Admission requirements for the MAOL certificate are the same as those for the degree. A certificate student in good academic standing may convert to degree status by updating an abbreviated application form.
Any coursework taken for a certificate can be applied toward an MAOL degree within the seven-year completion policy of the program, unless otherwise stipulated. MAOL graduates may complete an additional certificate by adding coursework to their program. Alumnae/i of the program may apply coursework taken more than seven years prior with the permission of the MAOL Program Director.
Information Services and Technology Certificate
|ORLD 6200||Foundations of Leadership and Ethics||3|
|LIS 7550||Information Policy||3|
|LIS 8800||Knowledge Management||3|
|LIS 7510||Database Management||3|
|LIS 7540||Information Systems Analysis And Design||3|
|Elective from MAOL course offerings in consultation with advisor||3|
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