Graduate certificates are designed to provide you with valuable educational experience in a more accessible, focused format than traditional graduate degree programs.
A certificate is a specialized graduate-level credential reflecting knowledge of the most up-to-date research in the selected field. Once completed, the certificate is notated on your transcripts, and a USF certificate of completion is awarded. Certificate completion increases your competitiveness, enhances your performance, and helps prepare you for the changing nature of your field of specialization.
Certificates generally take one-two years to complete, depending on course load per semester and course schedule offerings. 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.
- Academic Advising
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Big Data and Learning Analytics
- Critical Global Literacies
- Digital & Transdisciplinary Literacies
- Disabilities Education: Severe/Profound
- Exceptional Student Education
- Gifted Education
- Instructional Technology: Web Design
- Online Teaching and Learning
- Reading Endorsement
- Teacher Leadership for Student Learning
- Adult Learning and Development
- eLearning Design and Development
- Game Design for Learning
- Post Master's Leadership in Higher Education
- School Counseling (Post Master's)
- College Teaching
- Diversity in Education
- Foreign Language Education: Culture and Content
- Foreign Language Education: Professional
- Leadership in Developing Human Resources
- Teaching of Digitally-Enhanced Middle Grades Mathematics Education
- Qualitative Research
Visit the USF Catalog to learn more about applying for a graduate certificate.