Certificates

The university awards three different types of certificates.

The Certificate of Completion is awarded for successfully completing a planned educational experience designed for specific academic objectives.

The Certificate of Special Study is awarded for successfully completing a structured program of educational experiences of at least twelve semester units, determined in advance by a department or school, and consisting of upper division (100-199) courses, professional (300-399) courses, and related activities.

The Certificate of Advanced Study is awarded for successfully completing a structured program at least twelve semester units of graduate (200-299) courses, upper division (100-199) courses, and professional (300-399) courses determined in advance by a department or school. Students must be eligible for unclassified, post-baccalaureate standing.

Additional information on Certificates of Advanced Study can be found under Degrees & Programs.  Information on all other certificates can be obtained from the departments indicated.

Certificate: Department:
Adult-Gero Clinical Nurse Specialist Nursing
Adventure Based Programming Recreation Administration
Alcohol/Drug Studies Social Work Education
Applied Sociological Research Methods Sociology
Biotechnology Biology
Business Information Systems Information and Decision Sciences
Communication Skills for Professionals Communication
Composition English
Computer Process Control Network Administration Industrial Technology
Conversational American Sign Language Communicative Disorders and Deaf Studies
Creative Writing English
Criminal Justice Counseling Specialist Criminology
Criminal Justice Counseling Specialist Counselor Education and Rehabilitation
Cross cultural competency Social Work Education
Dietetics Food and Nutritional Sciences
Educational Technology Curriculum and Instruction
Enology Viticulture and Enology
Entrepreneurship Management
Fashion Merchandising Child, Family and Consumer Sciences
Finance Finance
Geographic Information Systems Geography
Gerontological Specialist Gerontology
Homeland Security Criminology
Human Resource Management Management
Jewish Studies History
Logistics and Supply Chain Strategies Marketing and Logistics
Marketing Marketing and Logistics
Mass Communication and Journalism Mass Communications and Journalism
Network Administration Information and Decision Sciences
Network Routing and Internetworking Industrial Technology
Administration & Leadership for CBOs (Humanics) Sociology
Organizational Management Management
Peace building and mediation Philosophy
Pediatric Clinical Nurse Specialist Nursing
Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Nursing
Racial Understanding Social Work Education
Reading/Language Arts Literacy, Early, Bilingual and Special Education
Serving At-Risk Youth Recreation Administration
Social Sciences Legal Studies Criminology/Political Science
Southeast Asian Studies Anthropology
Special Event Planning Recreation Administration
Sports and Entertainment Facility Management Recreation Administration
Sports Marketing Marketing and Logistics
Sustainable Viticulture Viticulture and Enology
Teaching American History History
Teaching English as a Second Language Linguistics
Victim Services Criminology

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