Undergraduate Individualized Certificate

The College of Contemporary Liberal Studies offers an Individualized certificate that can be designed based on a student’s specific goals and area of study.

Undergraduate Individualized certificates are available only to degree-seeking students.
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Undergraduate Individualized Certificate

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Offered on-campus or online, the undergraduate Individualized certificate is comprised of a selection of 400-level courses offered for academic credit. Certificates of 12 to 15-credit-hours (four to five courses) are designed by the student in collaboration with their academic advisor to meet the student's specific goals. The courses offered within the given certificate program represent a coherent body of knowledge chosen in consultation with representatives of appropriate academic disciplines.

 Certificates can be designed in your area of interest or field of academic study. Possibilities include:

  • Applied Psychology
  • Communication
  • Conflict Management
  • Criminology
  • Cybercrime
  • Environmental Humanities
  • Homeland Security
  • Leadership
  • Organizational Communication
  • Positive Psychology
  • Religious Studies
  • Social Violence
  • Global Studies



Program Requirements

Undergraduate Individualized Certificate Requirements: 12-15 credit hours

Undergraduate Individualized certificates are available only to degree-seeking students.

An individualized certificate plan will be approved with the academic advisor based on the student’s specific goals. A proposed specialization for the certificate must be approved by the advisor and faculty chair prior to adding the certificate program to the student’s record. The specialization will appear on the student’s academic transcript. A minimum of 12 credit hours and a maximum of 15 credit hours are required. Certificate courses may also be used toward the student’s undergraduate degree program. The student may apply for graduation from the certificate program after the required courses are completed or when applying for graduation from the degree program.


 

How to Apply

No formal application process through admissions is required. Students request the addition of a certificate program from the academic advisor after sufficient course work has been completed to identify an area of certification compatible with the degree program.

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Tuition

Visit our Cost of Attendance page to see the tuition and fee schedule for the Non-Traditional Undergraduate and Graduate tab.

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