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Certificate Programs

 

Rosemont College Online offers a graduate certificate in entrepreneurship for those intrigued by the venture of starting their own business. Our program offers students course material that will not only contribute to their career success as a businessperson and entrepreneur, but also provides the tools in assisting you to develop your business plan. Rosemont College Online offers the graduate certificate in entrepreneurship program as a resource to support your business vision by equipping you with the skills, knowledge and background to make your entrepreneurial goals a success. The five courses in the program explorer research case studies, hands-on activities, class discussions, practice and powerful tools to develop your business plan.

This program is offered at an accelerated level that requires 15 credit hours for completion. Course offerings are specific to graduate-level MBA courses. Rosemont’s certificate program is desirable for those who are currently unable to commit to a full degree program but still wish to obtain a competitive advantage in developing hands-on skills to help them start their own business. The graduate certificate in entrepreneurship program is completed within six to nine months on the basis of completing five courses (15 total credit hours), which will be offered in a seven-week, accelerated format.

Program Courses
 Competing in a Global Market Decision Making Methods
Managerial Accounting Business Plan I: Overview of the Entrepreneurial Adventure
Business Plan II: Marketing and Financial Planning

The graduate certificate in Leadership Studies equips students with the knowledge, skills, experiences, attitudes, perspectives, and tools necessary to understand the broad-based concepts associated with leadership in a variety of individual, organizational, and community settings in an ever changing, pluralistic, global society.

This program is offered at an accelerated level that requires 15 credit hours for completion. Course offerings are specific to graduate-level MBA courses. Rosemont’s certificate program is desirable for those who are currently unable to commit to a full degree program but still wish to obtain a competitive advantage in developing hands-on skills to help them start their own business. The graduate certificate in leadership program is completed within six to nine months on the basis of completing five courses (15 total credit hours), which will be offered in a seven-week, accelerated format.

Program Courses
Leadership Fundamentals: Ethical Leadership & Values Driven Organizations Organizational Psychology and Behavior
Leading Change for Innovation and Alignment Globalization and Cultural Negotiation
 Developing a Learning Organization for the Knowledge Based Economy

 

The graduate certificate in Healthcare Administration is designed for healthcare workers who hold non-administrative degrees and for administrative degree holders who have no healthcare experience and wish to seek employment in health care.

This program is offered at an accelerated level that requires 15 credit hours for completion. Course offerings are specific to graduate-level MBA courses. Rosemont’s certificate program is desirable for those who are currently unable to commit to a full degree program but still wish to obtain a competitive advantage in developing hands-on skills to help them start their own business. The graduate certificate in healthcare administration program is completed within six to nine months on the basis of completing five courses (15 total credit hours), which will be offered in a seven-week, accelerated format.

 

Program Courses
Healthcare Organization and Administration Economics of Healthcare and Public Policy
Risk Management and Patient Affairs Psychosocial Aspects of Health
Long-term Care Administration

Forensic Counseling is a rapidly emerging field where the legal system intersects with the mental health profession.  The graduate certificate in  Forensic Counseling is designed to train students to work with people within the criminal and civil justice systems, including civil, criminal and family court systems.  This 15-credit curriculum places special emphasis on victimology, offender treatment, mental health law, juvenile justice and delinquency, and family court dynamics.  Upon completion of the program, students are qualified to be employed in settings where expertise in forensics is necessary.  Such settings include child welfare agencies, state mental health facilities, jails and prisons, community mental health centers, juvenile correction facilities, government agencies, family courts, and private practice.

 

Program Courses
Psychopathology II Trauma Studie
Contemporary Issues in Forensics Victimology
Juvenile Justice, Delinquency and Development Offender Treatment