The graduate certificate programs, ranging from 12 to 21 credit hours, are designed to allow students to take courses in an area of specialization, enhancing their academic and professional experience.
Students may work towards a graduate certificate in addition to pursuing a master’s or doctoral degree or students may enroll in stand-alone graduate certificate programs for the purpose of personal and professional development. In some programs, certificate program course credit can be applied toward a graduate degree.
ALL graduate certificate program students must have achieved a cumulative 3.0 (B) grade point average in all graduate certificate courses attempted in order for the graduate certificate to be granted.
Download the Graduate Certificate Proposal form (DOC). Blackboard log-in required; after logging-in to Blackboard, navigate to the Graduate School - Faculty/Staff organization.
Latin American and Caribbean Studies
Leadership in Executive and Administrative Development in Social Work
Library Leadership & Management
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
Theatre Administration and Management