Graduate Career Certificates

A certificate represents a structured set of courses designed to provide students with specific skills suited to different potential careers. In order to successfully earn a graduate certificate, students will complete a range of 12-21 credit hours. The certificate requirements may include labs, internships and/or clinicals. Degree and Non-degree-seeking graduate-level students are eligible to earn a Graduate Career Certificate. There may be additional foundational courses required as stated in the degree requirements.

School of Arts, Media, and Communication

Art History Graduate Certificate

Plaster School of Business and Entrepreneurship

Finance Graduate Certificate

Healthcare Administration Graduate Certificate**

Human Resource Management Graduate Certificate

International Business Graduate Certificate

Leadership Graduate Certificate

Marketing Graduate Certificate

Nonprofit Administration Graduate Certificate

Project Management Graduate Certificate**

Supply Chain Management Graduate Certificate

School of Education

Dyslexia Graduate Certificate