The College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences' Department of Sociology and Anthropology offers a Certificate of Completion in Diversity and Stratification. This interdisciplinary certificate program provides an avenue for students, professionals and community members to obtain comprehensive, university-centered diversity training and learning through classroom, online, workshop, internship and service-learning formats. Learn more.
The College of Natural Resources offers two environmental science certificate programs. Both certificates build a strong foundation for a master's degree at a future date. Credits earned through a certificate program can be transferred to a masters program in Environmental Science, as well as to Water Resources, and the Professional Science Masters. Learn more.
This 15-credit certificate program is designed for traditional and non-traditional students who would like to receive more depth than a few courses in the concepts, science and tools currently used in fire ecology and management, or for those seeking educational requirements required for federal employment. Learn more.
The GIS Certificate Program is designed to enhance or strengthen your GIS credentials. Learn more.
The program provides:
- An introduction to GIS applications
- Integration of remote sensing with GIS
- Knowledge of the research directions in GIS technology
Succeeding in the modern workplace requires knowledge and insight that crosses traditional disciplinary bounds. Through the Certificate of Completion in Organizational Dynamics (CCOD) program, students from diverse academic majors can develop the interdisciplinary skills necessary to succeed and lead in public and private sector organizations — locally and globally. Students in this program learn to apply psychological principles to the study of work behavior. Topics include: personnel selection, performance appraisal, training, work motivation, teams, leadership and job attitudes. Additional work is required for graduate credit. Learn more.