George Mason Offers Executive Chief Learning Officer Graduate Certificate







George Mason University recently launched its Executive Chief Learning Officer (ECLO) Graduate Certificate, combining learning and business leadership development skills to advance to the C-suite. The six-month program runs from January 15 – June 10, 2016 and is comprised of online classes augmented by six in-person class days on the Arlington campus.

Led by world-class faculty from the School of Business and the Learning Technologies Division of the College of Education and Human Development, the program presents cutting-edge research and proven practices for advancing one’s career.

Participants will gain the skills to:

* Lead and coordinate the design and development of learning experiences that engage and motivate a high-performing workforce

* Analyze needs, prioritize initiatives, and develop effective responses that align with organizational goals

* Establish strategies, processes, and mechanisms that ensure contribution of learning to business performance

* Utilize strategic thinking to establish a talent development plan to facilitate implementation of organization strategy

* Communicate clearly and effectively with professionals at all levels in the organization in ways that affirm the learning and talent development enterprise as an agent of organizational change


To earn the certificate, participants must complete six courses:

* Module 1: Strategic Thinking and Learning Innovation

Learning Technologies and Strategies for Innovation

Strategic Thinking

* Module 2: The Business of Learning

The Business of Learning Technology

Analysis of Financial Decisions

* Module 3: Talent Management Design and Performance

Learning Analytics and Big Data


For more information on this program, visit the program Web site.

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