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Published: July 16, 2020

UT’s Modern Advances in Leadership Certificate Program Begins Sept. 1

The Sykes College of Business is holding the Modern Advances in Leadership Certificate Program this fall on select Tuesday nights from 6-9 p.m. starting Sept. 1.

Sykes College of Business
The certificate program is open to UT graduate students, as well as beginning to mid-level professionals with at least three years of experience.

The program is designed to enhance leadership skills for both individuals and organizations through interactive learning experiences in the classroom. Each course in the program will focus on a specific area of leadership skills (such as negotiation, team leadership and entrepreneurial spirit) and how to implement them in practice.

Each participant will receive a certificate upon completion of the program. Participants will also receive three complimentary leadership coaching sessions by professionals.

The certificate program is open to UT graduate students, as well as beginning to mid-level professionals with at least three years of experience.

Registration is required for the program, and interested participants must register by Friday, Aug. 28, through https://www.ut.edu/cfl/leadershipdevelopment. Tuition for early bird registrations and nonprofit organizations is $1,350, and general registration is $1,500.

For more information on the Modern Advances Leadership Certificate Program, contact Whitney Ortiz, coordinator of the Sykes College of Business operations, at wortiz@ut.edu or (813) 257-3782.


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