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LEADERSHIP PRACTICES
IN DIVERSITY, EQUITY,
AND INCLUSION

Graduate Certificate

Certificate Description

This certificate is for the public leader looking to build knowledge and skills to be a DEI trainer, including: state-of-the-art facilitation techniques in virtual space; grounding competency in equity practice at three levels of engagement – introspective, interpersonal, structural; use of data and effective equity communications.

Add Value to Your Career
and Credit Towards a Master's Degree

Claremont Lincoln University (CLU) graduate certificate courses are the exact same courses that are taught in CLU’s master’s programs. That means you get the same quality instruction as our full-time students. It also means that you get the credit you deserve in the form of a valuable certificate along with real credits that can be used in the completion of a master’s degree at CLU.

Certificate Information

For more information, contact admission@claremontlincoln.edu or call/text (909) 667-4422.

FOR-CREDIT
CERTIFICATES THAT
ARE DESIGNED FOR
REAL-LIFE USE.

8-week
courses

$1,650
per course

$4,950
per certificate

Financial aid
available

Custom group
pricing available

50% Off for Alumni
and CLU Students
close to graduation

Courses count
towards degree

CERTIFICATE
COURSES

MCC5320 Invitation to Inquiry:
Foundations of the Claremont Core® (3 units)

In this course focused on inquiry-based leadership skills, learners begin their engagement with the four domains that make up the Claremont Core: Mindfulness, Dialogue, Collaboration, and Change. These four domains consist of transferable skills and resources that support leadership and facilitation capacities that accentuate students’ professional work. Students’ leadership in real-world contexts will be strengthened and enriched. Students will become mindful leaders, and learn the dialogue and collaboration skills that make positive social change possible. Finally, students also determine the scope and aim of their Capstone Projects and begin to use resources from the four Claremont Core® domains to build their research repertoire and leadership acumen.

MSC5300 Strategic Communication:
Building Diversity, Equity &Inclusion (3 units)

In a world reimagining what is possible, Strategic Communication: Building Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion will present students a historical perspective of the legacy and manifestation of structural racism, and other societal and cultural marginalization, including the unintended consequences of systemic exclusion. Students will build upon the principles learned in the Claremont Core® to create environments where difficult conversations can take place with both internal and external audiences. This course will equip students to tackle challenges with diverse teams using language which acknowledges and respects difference to create equitable outcomes. In this course, students analyze self, personal strengths, and biases, and accumulate tools and communication skills in dialogue, collaboration, and bridging across divides. With these tools, students hone their abilities to build advocacy for dismantling oppressive structures and rebuilding personal, professional, and civic spaces that maximize diversity and facilitate equity and inclusion for all.

MDI5300 Advanced DEI Practices (3 units)

In this course students will gain a deeper understanding of the legacy and current impact of structural racism and other “isms” in the US. They will acquire concrete tools for equitable data use, organizational operations, program and policy decisions, and inclusionary communication with various audiences (at the interpersonal and institutional levels). Importantly, students will be supported to apply course materials to their own contexts and receive some train-the-trainer guidance so that they can support others in their organizations to become more equitable in their commitment and practice.

CLU BELIEVES
IN BUILDING
DIVERSITY,
EQUITY, AND
INCLUSION.

SHRM APPROVED 30 PDC’S

Earn recertification credits to maintain your professional certifications from the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM). Each course is approved for 30 recertification hours.

Request CLU Info
LEADERSHIP PRACTICES
IN DIVERSITY, EQUITY,
AND INCLUSION

Graduate Certificate

Certificate Description

This certificate is for the public leader looking to build knowledge and skills to be a DEI trainer, including: state-of-the-art facilitation techniques in virtual space; grounding competency in equity practice at three engagement – introspective, interpersonal, structural; use of data and effective equity communications.

Add Value to Your Career
and Credit Towards a Master's Degree

Claremont Lincoln University (CLU) graduate certificate courses are the exact same courses that are taught in CLU’s master’s programs. That means you get the same quality instruction as our full-time students. It also means that you get the credit you deserve in the form of a valuable certificate along with real credits that can be used in the completion of a master’s degree at CLU.

FOR-CREDIT
CERTIFICATES THAT
ARE DESIGNED FOR
REAL-LIFE USE.

8-week
courses

$1,650
per course

$4,950
per certificate

Financial aid
available

Custom group
pricing available

50% Off for Alumni
and CLU Students
close to graduation

Courses count
towards degree

Request CLU Info
CERTIFICATE
COURSES

MCC5320 Invitation to Inquiry:
Foundations of the Claremont Core® (3 units)

In this course focused on inquiry-based leadership skills, learners begin their engagement with the four domains that make up the Claremont Core: Mindfulness, Dialogue, Collaboration, and Change. These four domains consist of transferable skills and resources that support leadership and facilitation capacities that accentuate students’ professional work. Students’ leadership in real-world contexts will be strengthened and enriched. Students will become mindful leaders, and learn the dialogue and collaboration skills that make positive social change possible. Finally, students also determine the scope and aim of their Capstone Projects and begin to use resources from the four Claremont Core® domains to build their research repertoire and leadership acumen.

MSC5300 Strategic Communication:
Building Diversity, Equity &Inclusion (3 units)

In a world reimagining what is possible, Strategic Communication: Building Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion will present students a historical perspective of the legacy and manifestation of structural racism, and other societal and cultural marginalization, including the unintended consequences of systemic exclusion. Students will build upon the principles learned in the Claremont Core® to create environments where difficult conversations can take place with both internal and external audiences. This course will equip students to tackle challenges with diverse teams using language which acknowledges and respects difference to create equitable outcomes. In this course, students analyze self, personal strengths, and biases, and accumulate tools and communication skills in dialogue, collaboration, and bridging across divides. With these tools, students hone their abilities to build advocacy for dismantling oppressive structures and rebuilding personal, professional, and civic spaces that maximize diversity and facilitate equity and inclusion for all.

MDI5300 Advanced DEI Practices (3 units)

In this course students will gain a deeper understanding of the legacy and current impact of structural racism and other “isms” in the US. They will acquire concrete tools for equitable data use, organizational operations, program and policy decisions, and inclusionary communication with various audiences (at the interpersonal and institutional levels). Importantly, students will be supported to apply course materials to their own contexts and receive some train-the-trainer guidance so that they can support others in their organizations to become more equitable in their commitment and practice.

CLU BELIEVES
IN BUILDING
DIVERSITY,
EQUITY, AND
INCLUSION.

SHRM APPROVED 30 PDC’S

Earn recertification credits to maintain your professional certifications from the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM). Each course is approved for 30 recertification hours.

Request CLU Info