The University Of Texas At Dallas
The University of Texas at Dallas is a Carnegie R1 classification (Doctoral Universities – Highest research activity) institution, located in a suburban setting 20 miles north of downtown Dallas. The University enrolls more than 26,700 students — 17,350 undergraduate and 9,440 graduate —and offers a broad array of bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degree programs.
Established by Eugene McDermott, J. Erik Jonsson and Cecil Green, the founders of Texas Instruments, UT Dallas is a young institution driven by the entrepreneurial spirit of its founders and their commitment to academic excellence. In 1969, the public research institution joined The University of Texas System and became The University of Texas at Dallas.
A high-energy, nimble, innovative institution, UT Dallas offers top-ranked science, engineering and business programs and has gained prominence for a breadth of educational paths from audiology to arts and technology. UT Dallas’ faculty includes a Nobel laureate, six members of the National Academies and more than 560 tenured and tenure-track professors.
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Graduate Certificate in Executive and Professional Coaching
Description: The Executive and Professional Certificate Program at the Naveen Jindal School of Management utilizes advanced distance learning methodologies. Students attend live virtual classes delivered through web conferencing with audio teleconferencing integration. This technology supports interactivity and collaboration, creating a powerful virtual learning experience.The program is ideal for:
Individuals with a serious interest in becoming a certified coach
HR professionals and internal coaches looking to expand their knowledge and skills of organizational behavior
Practitioners desiring advanced professional development
Price: 10 US Dollars
Length: 186 days
Hours of Instruction: 55 hours