Graduate Certificate of Completion in Life Coaching
Program Core Courses
This course covers the differences and similarities between coaching and other social services fields, such as counseling, psychology, or social work. Students learn the principle theories influencing the field of coaching as well as fundamental coaching skill.
This course provides a deeper look into coaching for individuals. It covers skills, models, and techniques specific to working with individuals and competencies of coaching. Students learn the basics of developing a professional coaching plan and niche development.
This course provides an overview of executive coaching provided within the business/organization as well as the ethical considerations specific to this field.
This course provides an overview of assessments commonly used in the coaching field. Students will develop an understanding of administration and interpretation of assessments as well as how to provide professional feedback relevant for real life application.
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* Please refer to the Academic Catalog for more information. Program subject to change.