Undergraduate & Graduate Certificates

Gerontology Interdisciplinary Program Certificates

The undergraduate and graduate certificates in gerontology provide an interdisciplinary study of the aging process and issues related to an aging society. The certificates are open to students from all academic disciplines and professions and serve to prepare the next generation of leaders for rewarding careers in the expanding field of aging. Available completely online.

Graduate Nursing Certificates

Certificates provide baccalaureate prepared students the opportunity to expand their knowledge in a specific area of nursing. Graduate certificates include 15 credit hours of coursework, and may accompany a graduate nursing program or studied as a stand-alone program. Upon completion, students receive a transcripted graduate certificate. Graduate certificates do not result in a degree.

Care Management Interdisciplinary Certificate

The certificate focuses on skills to support patients and families as they navigate complex care and complex care settings. Health professionals can grow their skills and experiences to include care management, care coordination, and case management. This certificate is open to baccalaureate graduates of many other degrees including Social Work and College of Health.

Informatics Certificate

The Informatics Certificate is an interdisciplinary certificate in collaboration with the Department of Biomedical Informatics. Students gain a broad background in Informatics and specialized knowledge (based on the student's background and goals) in sub-domains, including clinical/nursing informatics, public health informatics, data science, and bioinformatics.

Nursing Education Certificate

A graduate certificate in Nursing Education provides baccalaureate prepared
nurses, currently enrolled in a graduate program or nurses who already hold a graduate degree, with the knowledge and skills to educate learners in community, clinical, and classroom settings.

 

Post-APRN Licensure Certificates

The post-APRN licensure certificates are for nurses who are certified in one area of advanced nursing practice and want to expand their specialty of advanced practice to another population. Students who fulfill the course and practicum requirements will be issued a certificate of completion of training, leading to eligibility to sit for a national certification in a new area of care.

  • Adult/Gerontology Acute Care
  • Family
  • Nurse Midwifery
  • Women's Health