Certificate Programs

A Graduate Certificate is like a minor:

A certificate consists of less than 21 credit hours and is not a degree.

Some certificates require you to be a degree seeking student and for others you can be a Continuing Graduate Study (CGS) student.

As a CGS student, you are not eligible for financial aid. 

Contact the department sponsoring the certificate for application and admission details.

Adult TESOL - offered by the Department of English

Autism Spectrum Disorders - offered by Department of Educational Psychology

Analytics for Professionals - offered by the Departments of Statistics and Information Systems & Analytics

Applied Statistics - offered by the Statistics Department

Advanced Studio ArtPost-Baccalaureate - offered by the Department of Art

Assessment and Evaluation - offered by the Department of Educational Psychology

College Teaching - offered by Graduate School and the Center for Teaching Excellence

Conservation Biology - offered by the Biology Department

Ecology offered by Biology, Geography, Geology, and Microbiology Departments

Geographic Information Sciences - offered by the Department of Geography

Human Brain and Learning - offered by the Department of Educational Psychology

Instructional Design - offered by the Department of Educational Psychology

Interactive Media Studies - offered by the Interactive Media Studies Program

Quantitative Data Analysis in Education & Social Science - offered by the Department of Educational Psychology

Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies - offered by The Havighurst Center for Russian & Post-Soviet Studies

Sport Managementoffered by the Department of Kinesiology & Health

Sport Psychologyoffered by the Department of Kinesiology & Health

Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies - offered by Women’s, Gender & Sexuality Studies Program