Certificate programs in liberal arts and sciences are a great way to show your employer that you have developed new skills and competencies that benefit you personally and professionally.
A certificate is a group of related courses that address a special topic, and program completion indicates achievement in a specialized area. The length of time it takes to complete a certificate depends upon the program itself. Some program courses may have prerequisites.
This table lists certificates offered through Fairmount College. Unless otherwise noted, they are offered at the undergraduate level. Only those certificates approved through the university curricular process will appear on a student's permanent academic record. See an academic advisor for more information.
- Asian Studies—Interdisciplinary
- City and County Management (graduate)—Hugo Wall School of Public Affairs
- Community Psychology—Psychology
- Economic Development (graduate)—Hugo Wall School of Public Affairs
- Film Studies—Interdisciplinary
- Global Competency—Interdisciplinary
- Great Plains Studies (graduate and undergraduate)—Interdisciplinary
- Human Factors Psychology—Psychology
- Medieval and Renaissance Studies—Interdisciplinary
- Museum Studies (graduate)—Anthropology
- Nonprofit Management (graduate)—Hugo Wall School of Public Affairs
- Public Finance (graduate)—Hugo Wall School of Public Affairs
- Social Work and Addiction—School of Social Work
- Spanish for the Professions—Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures
- Tilford Diversity Studies—Interdisciplinary