Certificate Programs

In addition to offering degree programs, The Graduate School offers students the opportunity to pursue graduate certificates while they pursue their degree. Graduate certificates are interdisciplinary in nature must be comprised of at least five TGS-approved courses. Any student enrolled in a doctoral program may pursue a certificate. Master's students may not earn graduate certificates nor can students apply to only enroll in a certificate program.

Enrolled students need only notify TGS by applying for the certificate at the same time that they apply for a degree (in their final year of study). Students will be asked to provide for TGS the list of courses they would like counted toward the certificate program and will be required to submit a verification from the program director. Certificates will be awarded and noted on the transcript.

African Studies

African American and Diaspora Studies
Ancient Greek

Biotechnology
Classical Latin
Classical Reception Studies

Clinical and Translational Research
Cognitive Science
Comparative and Historical Social Science

Critical Theory
Education Sciences
Gender and Sexuality Studies
Italian Studies
Language, Music, and Communication
Medieval Studies

Predictive Science and Engineering Design

Society, Biology and Health

 

Questions regarding awarding of certificates should be directed to Antoaneta Condurat.