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women's leadership

Cedar Crest College | Certificates in Leadership

MBA Strategic Leadership & Analytics Certificate 

"The graduate certificate in Strategic Leadership and Analytics is intended for individuals with an undergraduate degree and mid-career professionals looking to advance their current career or start a new one in the field of business. It is designed as a part-time, 12-credit program. Classes will be offered in a hybrid and online format."

Undergraduate Leadership Certificate 

"This certificate will benefit any major on campus in that it is designed for women who want to prepare themselves for a leadership role in society."
Upon completion of this certificate, students will be able to:
-- Master crucial skills in developing and communicating a vision
-- Demonstrate working well with high performance teams
-- Improve communication style, and build key relationships

Cedar Crest College | Women's Leadership | Criminal Justice

Criminal Justice | Women's Leadership 

"The demand for women who are criminal justice professionals has never been higher. Women continue to be dramatically underrepresented in the criminal justice field, and recruiters are actively seeking women with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice.

As a criminal justice major or minor at Cedar Crest, you will learn about the challenges faced by women in this field, preparing you more fully for a future leadership role in the criminal justice system.

Cedar Crest College has always focused on the development of women leaders, and we are particularly proud of the leadership skills of our criminal justice graduates.

Employers locally and nationally hold our graduates in high esteem for their leadership abilities, knowledge, integrity, ethics, and behavioral-based knowledge."


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