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Spring Hill College

City: Mobile     State: AL     Country: USA     

Faith Affiliation: Jesuit     

Contact: Alex Landi     Email: landi@shc.edu     


Certificate in Leadership and Ethics  

https://www.shc.edu/academics/graduate-students/degrees/master-liberal-arts/certificate-leadership-and-ethics/  


Delivery Method: Classroom     

Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education: Baccalaureate Colleges: Arts & Sciences Focus     

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School/College (if applicable): Graduate Certificates


Program Vision:

Program Mission: This 12-credit-hour certificate is designed for students who wish to enhance their knowledge of leadership and ethics. This certificate program provides an understanding of leadership, its ethical dimensions and the context for its practical settings. SHC undergraduate students may pursue this certificate as a complement to any degree offered by the College. Students seeking this certificate only are classified as non-degree seeking students and must meet non-degree admission requirements. Students must achieve a minimum grade point average of 2,5 in the certificate courses and complete the certificate within four years of declaring the certificate and completing the first course. Transfer credit is not accepted toward this certificate.

Institutional Mission: Rooted in its Catholic heritage and continuing the centuries-old Jesuit tradition of educational excellence, Spring Hill College forms students to become responsible leaders in service to others. We offer our students a thorough preparation for professional excellence; and we strive to awaken mind and spirit to the pursuit of truth and to the ever-deepening appreciation of the beauty of creation, the dignity of life, the demands of justice and the mystery of God's love. In our community of living and learning, we are committed to the Jesuit tradition of "cura personalis," that is, a care for the spiritual, social and intellectual growth of each person. Through informed dialogue with the world's cultures, religions and peoples, we promote solidarity with the entire human family. And true to the Catholic and Biblical tradition, we nurture both the personal and social dimensions of faith, seeking to draw our students into a deeper and more vital relationship with God.