The Graduate Certificate in Organizational Leadership is a six-course, one-year program where professionals develop the necessary skills to grow as leaders in their organizations, manage change, develop staff and act ethically to achieve organizational goals. The certificate can be completed within one year, with a second-year option to complete the master’s degree.

Career Opportunities

Graduates who obtain a Certificate in Organizational Leadership from Muhlenberg College will be able to engage in more opportunities in their current work setting. Additionally, graduates may consider, among others, careers with the following employers:

  • Deloitte LLP
  • Oracle Corporation
  • Anthem, Inc
  • Merck & Co., Inc
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • Comcast Corporation
  • Verizon Communications Inc.
  • Vanguard Group Inc
  • JPMorgan and Chase & Co
  • Bristol-Myers Squibb Company

The skills and dispositions you will develop:

  • Communication and teaching skills
  • Effective interpersonal presence in organizational and societal settings
  • Ethical decision-making skills
  • Integrative learning and interdisciplinary thinking
  • Personal reflection, vision, ownership of purpose, and life plan
  • Project leadership and management towards achieving goals

The knowledge you will acquire about organizational work:

  • Operations and logistics
  • Organizational networking and partnership
  • Sustainable competitive performance
  • Talent and career development and workforce planning
  • Value propositions for customers and other stakeholders

The following courses are eight weeks long, completed in the sequence listed below.


MOL 620- Multidisciplinary Leadership

MOL 632- Organizational Change Management

MOL 510- Human Resource Leadership Strategy

MOL 636- Ethical Leadership and Governance

MOL 512- Talent Management, Rewards, and Relations

MOL 640- Strategic Thinking


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Address Muhlenberg College Division of Graduate and Continuing Education 2400 Chew Street Allentown, PA 18104

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