Graduate certificates are more narrowly defined credentials that may benefit working professionals who aren't ready or able to commit to a full degree or current degree-seeking students looking to gain and draw attention to proficiency in a topic. Graduate certificates are not degrees, and as such, are not typically eligible for financial aid. Some can be 'stacked' (taken over time) to meet the requirements of a Master's degree.
Detailed descriptions of each graduate certificate and admissions requirements can be found on the Certificate's page.
The following certificates are available through the Graduate School:
- Anatomical Sciences Education (Certificate)
- Biomedical Data Science (Certificate)
- Biomedical Science (Certificate)
- Community-Based Hospice & Palliative Medicine Fellowship (Certificate)
- Dissemination & Implementation Science (Certificate)
- Health Ethics & Humanities (Certificate)
- Palliative Care (Certificate)
- Personalized & Genomic Medicine (Certificate)
- Research Management and Compliance (Certificate)
- Translational Research on Alzheimer's Disease (Certificate)