231: Implementing Technological Change Certificate - NPS Online
Implementing Technological Change Certificate
Est.imated Completion Time: 12 months
POC: Program Manager
Modality: Distance Learning
Rapid technological advances, emerging capabilities, and innovations by adversaries have engaged the U.S. in an aggressive technological and cyberspace response that demands of its technological solution leaders the ability to shepherd initiatives from conception to realization. This certificate offers cyberspace and other technology professionals the opportunity to cultivate essential skillsets to spearhead policy development and drive organizational change. It will empower technological leaders with the cognitive ability to synchronize intellectual, communication, and policy skills with complex technological change.
|Courses 3–4||Choose 2 of the following:
- Understand policy for technology and cyberspace management
- Translate complex technological concepts and challenges for non-technical stakeholders
- Effectively advocate technological developments
- Manage organizational change to enable technological innovations
- Use high-impact writing and speaking strategies to effectively communicate and advocate technological change
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Certificate classes are intended to be integrated with e.g. thesis or capstone research, or similar technical development project.
NOTE: Credit may be received for one of MN4125 or GB4015, but not both. Course 3 and Course 4 selections must be distinct.
06 Jun 2023
Spring quarter pre-graduation awards ceremony
09 Jun 2023
Spring quarter last day of classes
13 Jun 2023
Spring quarter final examinations begin