Certificate Programs

Certificates are similar to minors. They are comprised of 18 to 21 credits in a specialized subject matter but instead of all of the coursework coming from one single department or program, the classes required for the certificate come from several different disciplines. Certificates can be combined with a degree program or are available as a stand-alone option for individuals, including working professionals who already hold a degree and wish to expand their knowledge in a particular subject area.

Adult/University Level TESOL

Graduate Certificate

American Indian Studies

Undergraduate Certificate

Ancient Mediterranean Studies

Undergraduate Certificate

Anishinaabe Language

Undergraduate Certificate

Asian Studies

Undergraduate Certificate

Business of Media & Film Studies

Undergraduate Certificate

Celtic Studies

Undergraduate Certificate

Childhood & Adolescence Studies

Undergraduate Certificate

Comparative Ethnic Studies

Program of Study

Undergraduate Certificate

Cultures and Communities

Undergraduate Certificate

Death Investigation

Undergraduate Certificate

Digital Arts & Culture

Program of Study

Undergraduate Certificate

Ethics, Values, and Society

Undergraduate Certificate

Food Studies

Undergraduate Certificate

Forensic Science

Undergraduate Certificate

Forensic Toxicology

Undergraduate Certificate

French and Francophone Studies

Major

Minor

Undergraduate Certificate

 

Geographic Information Systems

Graduate Certificate

Global Health

Undergraduate Certificate

Hmong Diaspora Studies

Undergraduate Certificate

Human Resources and Labor Relations

Master's

Graduate Certificate

Latino Studies

Undergraduate Certificate

Mediation and Negotiation

Graduate Certificate

Museum Studies

Graduate Certificate

Peace Studies & Conflict Resolution

Undergraduate Certificate

Public and Nonprofit Administration

Master's

Graduate Certificate