SUSS Graduate Certificate in Designing Learning and Innovation (GCDLI)



Key Highlights

  • Create strategies to support learning and innovation relevant to one’s work setting
  • Study organisations vis-a-vis their ecosystems and see how the ecosystem supports organisational development internally and externally
  • Critically reflect on what it means to own and develop one’s own practice
  • Stackable towards the Master in Boundary-Crossing Learning and Leadership (MBX) degree



Programme Overview

The Graduate Certificate in Designing Learning and Innovation (GCDLI) is a 15-credit unit programme comprising three courses focusing on learning and developing one’s own practice within the workplace, analysing organisations as part of complex ecosystems, and examining the relationship between organisational capability development and the ecosystems in which the organisation functions. 

Programme Structure

Each of the courses in the GCDLI programme is 5 credit units (cu). Students who successfully complete 15 cu of coursework with a minimum CGPA of 2.5 will qualify for the award of the graduate certificate.


Compulsory Courses (15 cu)

BXL621Pedagogies for Learning and Innovation
BXL622Organisations as Complex Environments and Change
BXL623Supporting Development

This is a programme with weekend classes. The minimum programme duration is 6 months.

Find out more about the admission eligibility criteria and tuition fee.



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