Academic departments may offer undergraduate certificates, defined as a focused collection of at least 12 credits of courses that, when completed, afford the student some record of coherent academic accomplishment in a given discipline or set of related disciplines. Students may be enrolled full time or part time in a certificate program, but must meet the minimum academic requirements established for all undergraduate students. No course with a final grade below a C (2.0) will count toward an undergraduate certificate and students must achieve a GPA of at least 2.0 in all certificate programs. Transfer credits cannot be applied to the completion requirements for certificates. Completion of an undergraduate certificate does not guarantee admission into an undergraduate degree program.


CERTIFICATE IN APARTMENT MANAGEMENT, 21 credits

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ACC
FCFN
FCPM





201
210
104
235
275
305
405

Principles of Accounting 1
Customer Service
Housing Decisions
Intro to RPM
Market Leasing Resident Prop
Maintenance for Prop Mgr
Mgt of Gov Assisted Housing

3
3
3
3
3
3
3

     
21 crs
The Certificate in Apartment Management is not open to students pursuing a major or minor in residential property management. Students must earn a minimum grade of C in all required courses. 

CERTIFICATE IN AQUATICS: INSTRUCTION, 12 credits

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CREDITS
       
AQUA




219
301
315
316
404
Aquatic Sports Officiating
Instructor CPR and First Aid
Water Safety Instructor (WSI)
Aquatic Fitness Instructor
Lifeguard Instructor (LGI) 
1
2
3
3
3
     
12 crs
Students must earn a minimum grade of C in all required courses. 

CERTIFICATE IN AQUATICS: OPERATIONS, 13 credits

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CREDITS
       
AQUA




454
455
456
457
458
Pool Operations and Maint
Aquatic Facilities Management
Camp Waterfront Administration
Aquatic Facility Design
Aquatic Leadership Development 
3
3
2
2
3
     
13 crs

Students must earn a minimum grade of C in all required courses.

CERTIFICATE IN AQUATICS: SCUBA LEADERSHIP, 12 credits 

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AQUA




216
220
221
224
260
Lifeguard Training
Open Water Scuba
Advanced SCUBA Diver
Divemaster
Emergency Medical Responder 
3
2
2
2
3
     
12 crs
Students must earn a minimum grade of C in all required courses. 


CERTIFICATE IN BEHAVIORAL STUDIES, 12 credits

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 CREDITS 
       
SPCE
280 Beh Analy Prin, Proc, and Phil
 3
  307 Ethical, Prof Prac Beh Analy
 3
  310 Application Consultation ABA
 3
  315 Advanced Behavior Analysis
 3
     
12 
This program is offered on-line only. Students must earn a minimum grade of C in all required courses. Not open to students with a major or minor in applied behavior analysis.


CERTIFICATE IN BIOTECHNOLOGY, 20-26 credits

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CREDITS
       
BIOT






490
491
492
493
494
495
496
Intro Recombinant DNA RNA Tech
Theor and Apps Polym Chn React
Protein Isolation and Analysis
Prof Dev in Biot
Cell Culture Techniques
DNA Seqng and Bioinfors
Res Des and Present
3
3
3
1
2
2
2
   
3-4 credits from
 
BIO







446
448
452
453
454
456
457
470
Applied Microbiology (3)
Biometry (3)
Advanced Genetics (3)
Human Genetic Problem Humanity (3)
Genomes: Genomics Proteomics (3)
Cancer Biology (3)
Molecular Biology (4)
Developmental Biology (4)
 





3-4
   
1-6 credits from

BIO


369
394
498
Internship in Biology (1-6)
Practicum in Biology (1-3)
Undergraduate Research (1-3)
 

1-6
   

20-26 crs

BIO 215 is a prerequisite for the program. Students must earn a minimum grade of C in all required courses.


CERTIFICATE IN BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY, 15 credits

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CREDITS
       
ISOM



112
125
210
340
Document Processing
Micro Apps for Business
Business Information Systems
Multi and Web Publish for Bus
3
3
3
3
      12 crs
3 credits from


CIS
ISOM
226
228
Business Systems App Dev (3)
Adv Micro Apps for Business (3)
 
3
     
15 crs
Students must earn a minimum grade of C in all required courses. 


CERTIFICATE IN DATA ANALYTICS, 32 credits

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CREDITS
       
CS





ENG

MATH


ECON
120
121
124
222
321
455
103
104
111
221
or
221
Computer Science 1
Computer Science 2
Discrete Structures
Advanced Programming
Data Analytics
Data Mining
Rhetoric and Writing
Composing Research
Pre-Calculus Algebra
Probabilty and Statistics (3)

Business Statistics (3)
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3


3
     
32 crs
Not open to computer science majors. Students must earn a minimum grade of C in all required courses. 


CERTIFICATE IN 
ENTREPRENEURIAL MUSIC, 14 credits

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CREDITS
       
MGT
MUSP


241
495
496
497
The Entrepreneurial Experience
Performance Career Seminar 1
Performance Career Seminar 2
Capstone Entrepreneurial Music
3
2
3
3
   
3 credits from
 
ACC
BUSA
FIN
MGT

MKG
200
302
300
342
343
300
Accounting for New Ventures (3)
Career Management (3)
Principles of Finance (3)
Marketing for New Ventures (3)
Venture Leadership (3)
Principles of Marketing (3)





3
     
14 crs
Open only to majors in the School of Music. Students must earn a minimum grade of C in all required courses. 


CERTIFICATE IN FACILITIES MANAGEMENT, 24 credits

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CREDITS
       
ACC
FCFN
FCPM

ISOM
MGT
TCST

201
210
255
305
125
271
104
180
Principles of Accounting 1
Customer Service
Facilities Management
Maintenance for Prop Mgr
Micro Apps for Business
Intro Organizational Behavior
Introduction to Construction
Construction Documents
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
     
24 crs
Students must earn a minimum grade of C in all required courses.


CERTIFICATE IN GIScience, 21 credits

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CREDITS
       
GEOG



240
265
340
342
Map Reading and Graphics
Intro Geographic Info Systems
Cartograp Visual Spatial Data
Introduction to Remote Sensing
3
3
3
3
   
9 credits from   
GEOG





343
344
443
444
445
448
Advanced Remote Sensing (3)
Adv Geog Info Systems Analysis (3)
Sem Adv Techniq Remote Sensing (3)
Adv Cartog Visual Spatial Data (3)
GIS Apps Design and Develop (3)
Geog Information System Design (3)





9
     
21 crs
Students who select GEOG 444 should take GEOG 341 to meet the prerequisite. Students must earn a minimum grade of C in all required courses.


CERTIFICATE IN HUMANITIES AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP, 51-63 credits

The Certificate in Humanities Entrepreneurship combines a major in a humanities discipline from the College of Sciences and Humanities (CSH) with the Minor in Entrepreneurial Management from the Miller College of Business (MCOB) and seminar/workshop and career counseling preparation from the Career Center to facilitate the transition of CSH humanities graduates to employment and advancement in the corporate workplace. The transition is as much cultural as it is substantive. The interdisciplinary, multi-college curriculum and co-curriculum recognize that the preparation for a successful career begins with the first step after graduation, which may not be graduate school for all. 
  CREDITS
1) Satisfactory completion of a major in one of the following departments 

English
History
Modern Languages and Classics
Philosophy and Religious Studies
36
39-42
33-45
33
   
2) Satisfactory completion of the Minor in Entrepreneurial Management (Miller College of Business)

18

3) Satisfactory completion of a Career Center program, consisting of an initial Career Center advising appointment, a minimum of seven (7) seminars and workshops (e.g., Orientation to the Professional Workplace, How to Write a Resume, Interviewing for Success, How to Make a Presentation, Interview Skills Workshop, Skills Employers Want, Marketing Your Certificate Program for Employment Success), the creation and revision of a professional resume, and successful completion of practice interviews. 










0
 
51-63 crs
Students must earn a minimum grade of C in all required courses.


CERTIFICATE IN INFANT/TODDLER SPECIALIZATION, 18 credits

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CREDITS
       
FCCD
FCFC




400
202
310
315
320
380
Internship Child Dev (3-6)
Child and Family Wellness
Promot Prosocial Behav Child
Infant Toddler Curr Envir
Leadership Mgt Child Dev Prog
Parenting
3
3
3
3
3
3
     
18 crs
This program is offered on-line only. Students must earn a minimum grade of C in all required courses.


CERTIFICATE IN JOURNALISTIC VISUAL PRESENTATION, 15 credits

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JOUR





234
241
242
320
323
496
Design 1
Design 2
Programming Interactive Media
Media Art Dir Creative Process
Magazine Design
Creative Project: Graphics (1-6)
3
3
3
2
3
1
     
15 crs
Enrollment in the certificate is limited to students who have a major in advertising or public relations, or to those who have permission of the journalism department chairperson. Students must earn a minimum grade of C in all required courses.


CERTIFICATE IN SALES BOOT CAMP, 15 credits

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CREDITS
       
MKG



300
325
427
429
Principles of Marketing
Professional Selling
Sales Management
Sales Technology Application
3
3
3
3
Any ECON course 3
     
15 crs
Students must earn a minimum grade of C in all required courses.


CERTIFICATE IN SOCIAL SCIENCES ENTREPRENEURSHIP, 51-107 credits

The Certificate in Social Sciences Entrepreneurship combines a major in social sciences from the College of Sciences and Humanities (CSH) with the Minor in Entrepreneurial Management from the Miller College of Business (MCOB) and seminar/workshop and career counseling preparation from the Career Center to facilitate the transition of CSH science graduates from academic science to employment and advancement in the corporate (small or large) science. The transition is as much cultural as it is substantive. The interdisciplinary, multi-college curriculum and co-curriculum recognize that the preparation for a successful life in the social sciences begins with the first step after graduation, which may not be graduate school for all. 
  CREDITS
1) Satisfactory completion of a non-teaching major in one of the following departments  
Anthropology
Criminal Justice and Criminology
Geography
Political Science
Psychological Science
Social Work
Sociology
Speech Pathology and Audiology
Women’s Gender Studies
33-38
48
51-89
42-50
39
69
37
62-66
36
   
2) Satisfactory completion of the Minor in Entrepreneurial Management (Miller College of Business)
18
   
3) Satisfactory completion of a Career Center program, consisting of an initial Career Center advising appointment, a minimum of seven (7) seminars and workshops (e.g., Orientation to the Professional Workplace, How to Write a Resume, Interviewing for Success, How to Make a Presentation, Interview Skills Workshop, Skills Employers Want, Marketing Your Certificate Program for Employment Success), the creation and revision of a professional resume, and successful completion of practice interviews.








0
 
51-107 crs
Students must earn a minimum grade of C in all required courses.  


CERTIFICATE IN TRANSITION TO GRADUATE STUDIES IN COMPUTER SCIENCE, 24-32 credits

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CREDITS
       
Unless waived, up to 8 credits from  
CS

120
121
Computer Science 1 (4)
Computer Science 2 (4)

8
   
Required courses  
CS





222
224
230
335
376
380
Advanced Programming
Des and Analy of Algorithms
Computer Org and Arch
Programming Languages
Operating Systems
Theory of Computation 1
3
3
3
3
3
3
   
Electives, 6 credits from
 
CS










310
315
327
345
346
430
438
447
455
456
499
Web Programming (3)
Game Programming (3)
Dist Proc and Networks (3)
Human-Computer Interaction (3)
Database Design (3)
Systems Programming (3)
Computer Graphics (3)
Network Security (3)
Data Mining (3)
Image Processing (3)
Independent Study (1-6)










6
     
24-32 crs
Students must earn a minimum grade of C in all required courses.


CERTIFICATE IN WEB SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT, 26 credits

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CREDITS
       
CS





ENG

120
121
124
222
310
397
103
104
Computer Science 1
Computer Science 2
Discrete Structures
Advanced Programming
Web Programming
Multitier Web Architectures
Rhetoric and Writing
Composing Research
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
     
26 crs
Not open to computer science majors. Students must earn a minimum grade of C in all required courses.