Management and Leadership in the Non-Profit Disability Organization Certificate Program
The Department of Disability and Human Development's certificate program in Management and Leadership in the Non-Profit Disability Organization provides professionals with advanced administration and disability policy skills through training in organizational theory, leadership, and exposure to issues vitally important to the operation of non-profits: board relationships, conflict management, development, governance, and strategic planning. Elective courses address contemporary disability issues, state and national disability policy, and emerging rehabilitation practices. All professionals interested in working with individuals with disabilities in not-for-profit settings can benefit from this certificate program.
Courses taken as part of the certificate program may be applied to the Master of Science in Disability and Human Development degree program. Students admitted to the masterís program can apply up to 12 applicable graduate credit hours taken as a non-degree student to their degree program.
Please visit the departmentís website for detailed information about the Management and Leadership in the Non-Profit Disability Organization Campus Certificate Program and the Master of Science in Disability and Human Development Program. You can also reach the department by phone at (312) 413-1647 (voice) or (312) 413-0453 (TTY).
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DHD 547 - Analysis and Comparison of For-Profit and Non-Profit Organizations
DHD 595 - Seminar in Executive Leadership
AHS 594 - Special Topics in Associated Health Sciences: Change Leadership and Turnaround Management in Health Care