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Talent Management Graduate Certificate

What You’ll Study

Attracting and retaining talent is one of the top challenges organizations face in our highly competitive and rapidly evolving world. The McColl School’s Talent Management Graduate Certificate helps managers and human resource professionals build an inclusive organizational culture and implement approaches to attract, engage, and develop diverse talent. If you’d like to advance in your career as a talent management professional, this is the program for you!

The Certificate in Talent Management courses are part of the MS in Talent in Organization Development program and can be applied to the full degree.

Program Highlights

Number of credits: 9 credit hours 

Number of courses needed to graduate: 3 

Average Completion Time: 2-3 semesters 

Cost per credit: $1,005

Flexible Program: Online 

How Can You Use This Certificate?

The need for talent management professionals exists across industries and in a wide variety of corporations. With the additional insights and experiences you get through these courses, you can pursue roles like:

  • Career Coach 
  • Organization Development Consultant 
  • Talent Management Professional 
  • Training and Development Specialist 

Highlighted Courses

  • Interpersonal and Group Dynamics (TOD 620)
  • People Analytics – Optimizing Human Capital with Data (TOD 630) 
  • Talent Management (TOD 635) 
  • Talent Strategies (TOD 645) 

Program Contact

Greg Berka, Ph.D.

Director, MS in Talent and Organizational Development
Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior

berkag@queens.edu

Alvan Makoundi-Tchibinda

Graduate Recruiter

graduateadmissions@queens.edu
704-337-2542

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Accreditation

The McColl School of Business is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International (AACSB) which is the gold standard for business schools. Fewer than six percent of business schools worldwide have obtained AACSB accreditation. 

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