Programs

Partially Online Graduate Certificates

Innovative Education offers more than 100 graduate certificates  – including fully online, partially online, and on-campus options – in a variety of fields. These certificates are designed to provide you with valuable educational experiences in a more accessible, focused format than traditional graduate degree programs.

The certificate is a specialized graduate-level credential reflecting knowledge of the most up-to-date research in the field. Once completed, the certificate is notated on the transcripts, and a certificate diploma is awarded to the student. Certificate completion increases your competitiveness, enhances your performance, and helps prepare you for the changing nature of business.

Certificates take one-two years to completed, depending on course load per semester and course schedule offerings. You may also be able to transfer up to 12 credits; contact your program advisor to learn more.

Some certificates can be used to meet some of the requirements of a graduate program, depending on the policies of the degree program and the university. Completion of a certificate does not imply admission to a related program.

Please view the list of partially online graduate certificates below.

 Arts & Sciences

•    Diasporas & Health Disparities
•    Post Master's Library and Information Science
•    Teaching and Communicating Ocean Sciences Broader Impacts

Behavioral & Community Sciences

•    Criminal Justice Administration
•    Translational Research in Adolescent Behavioral Health

Business Administration

•    Entrepreneurship

Education

•    Career Counseling
•    Instructional Technology: Instructional Design
•    Instructional Technology: Multimedia Design
•    Post Master's Leadership in Higher Education
•    School Counseling Post Master's

Medicine

•    Aging and Neuroscience
•    Biomedical Ethics

Public Health

•    Biostatistics
•    Environmental Health
•    Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases
•    Health Equity
•    Translational Research in Adolescent Behavioral Health