Certificate in Creativity and Innovation
In today's highly competitive marketplace, organizations need employees who can channel their creativity and innovation toward organizational challenges and goals. The certificate in creativity and innovation at Loyola University New Orleans will help you reconnect with your creative side and develop your skills as an innovator and problem solver. Once you’re connected with your personal creativity, you’ll learn how to collaborate and foster a culture of creative thinking at the organizational level.
No prerequisites or degree requirements to register.
The program takes approximately 18 hours to complete. Course materials are available for 360 days upon purchase.
Enrollment in the creativity and innovation certificate costs $249.
Features of Loyola’s Program
The certificate program consists of four courses that are online and self-paced, providing a flexible learning experience for working professionals. The creativity and innovation curriculum incorporates games, quizzes, real-world scenarios, and commentary from subject matter experts to help students develop valuable skills that are relevant across industries.
More key features of the program:
- Mobile-friendly and fully accessible
- Badge and credit-awarding
Stand Out as an Innovator in any Industry
Develop critical thinking and communication skills that can benefit all aspects of your life, helping you apply logic and reason to your decision-making process. Drawing on the latest academic thinking, explore tools and techniques designed to yield more productive and innovative thinking in collective settings.
- Introduction to Critical Thinking
- Personal Creativity
- Creativity in Teams and Organizations
- Innovation in Teams and Organizations
- IACET CEUs: 1.8 (Contact Hours: 18 hours)
- HRCI Credits: 18 (Type: Specified - Strategic Business: 10, General: 8)
- SHRM PDCs: 18
View course descriptions and more information on the certificate purchasing page
Support Just for You
Have questions about our creativity and innovation certificate program? Contact Loyola’s Office of Professional and Continuing Studies to speak one-on-one with a member of our team.