7.1 Certificate in Leadership
The undergraduate Certificate in Leadership consists of 24 credit hours and may be completed on a full-time or part-time basis.
An overall average of 60% or higher is required in the 24 credit hours required for the program. The required and elective courses are listed in Certificate in Leadership.
A student must also comply with all regulations under University Regulations (Undergraduate), Regulations for a First Certificate or University Regulations (Undergraduate), Regulations for a Second Certificate, as appropriate.
Courses offered by the Marine Institute satisfying another University program may also be used to satisfy the requirements of a Marine Institute certificate program, subject to both programs’ regulations.
Courses satisfying the Major, Minor or elective components of an undergraduate degree may also be used to satisfy the requirements of an undergraduate certificate program.
Not all courses are offered every semester. A student is strongly advised to consult with the Program Chair or the Coordinator of Programs for assistance with course planning.
|Required Courses||Elective Courses|
9 credit hours as follows:
3 credit hours chosen from Electives A (Related Professional Competencies): Business 1000, Business 3310 or Business 2300, LEAD 4004, 4005, a 3000 or 4000 level course in the Domain of Leadership with prior approval of the Program Chair, or a 3000 or 4000 level course in the Domain of Ethics with prior approval of the Program Chair;
3 credit hours chosen from Electives B (History and Political Science): History 2065, History 2510, Political Science 1000, Political Science 2200, Political Science 2800, Political Science 3800, a 3000 or 4000 level course in the Domain of History and Politics with prior approval of the Program Chair; and
3 credit hours chosen from Electives C (Law, Human Resources, and Labour): the former Business 4000, Business 4320 or Business 3300, Business 4330, Political Science 3210, Political Science 3620, a 3000 or 4000 level course in the Domain of Law, Human Resources, and Labour) with prior approval of the Program Chair.