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Executive Education Certificates

 Leadership Development Certificate Tracks

As professionals navigate their place in the business world, new roles, increased responsibilities, and advanced technology brings new challenges. Carlson Executive Education helps working professionals prepare for the future by improving, advancing, and expanding their knowledge. The pursuit of a professional development certificate demonstrates a commitment to both building business acumen and preparing for the next step in your career. 

Carlson Executive Education provides three certificate tracks that can be tailored to fit your goals as a leader. If you have questions or are not sure about which track is right for you, our staff is able to provide advice and assistance in selecting courses.  


 

Certificate of General Management Excellence

Demonstrate a commitment to building business acumen by earning a management certificate by attending any three Executive Education programs within a two year period. Design your own course or take one of our suggested tracks.

Certificate of Distinguished Leadership and Business Administration

Earn a leadership certificate by attending a core certificate program plus any four additional Executive Education programs within a three year period. Core certificate programs are: MBA Essentials, Creating and Executing Strategy, and Leading Transformational Change.

Carlson Executive Leadership Certificate

Accelerate your readiness to take on enterprise-wide responsibility. Take four courses from our Executive Core within three years and complete six coaching sessions to earn this certificate.

Every year I do some kind of learning. Things are changing and you need to keep up, so I make it a point that I do some kind of training each year, be it technical or management.

– Tech Director, NTT Data

The ability to have an expert present and then step back a bit and ask questions and draw stories out from people that either illustrated the point they were trying to make, or pointed out a common fallacy or common obstacle, was so great. I felt Carlson provided both the theoretical concepts but also some practical applications I could bring back here to my workplace.

– Medical Industry Director, American Registry of Radiologic Technologists
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