Managing People in the Public Sector Certificate
Take the lead in the public sector
Go beyond basic leadership training for an in-depth exploration of the unique challenges of managing people in the public sector. Gain awareness of your own leadership capabilities through self-evaluation, then pair these findings with public sector-specific skills (like working with collective bargaining) to enact change within your organization and the greater public sphere, whether you lead five or 50 people.
Managing People in the Public Sector program overview
|Are my courses online or on-campus?||With Hamline's hybrid format, you get the benefits of online courses and in-person learning. One course is offered synchronously online (at a set scheduled time) one weekday evening from 5:45 to 9:45 p.m., and one course is offered asynchronously online with two sessions on campus occurring at the beginning and end of the class on Fridays 1 to 8 p.m. or Saturdays 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.|
|When can I start this certificate?||You can start in fall term|
|What is the typical time to complete this certificate?||One semester|
|How many courses is the certificate?||Two courses (see course details)|
|How much does the certificate cost?||Earn your certificate with courses (8 credits). Explore current tuition rates.|
You can apply your certificate toward a master’s degree
Enrolling in a certificate program is a great way to experience what the master's programs at Hamline are like. With the Managing People in the Public Sector Certificate, you'll take classes in the master's program and earn credit that you can apply toward a Hamline master's degree in business administration, business analytics, management and leadership, or public administration.
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