Want to pursue a specific topic related to your degree? Or gain knowledge in your chosen career field? Undergraduate certificates are a great way to advance your skills and experiences.
A certificate in Educational Ethics and Social Justice will prepare you to understand and evaluate thorny ethical issues such as student privacy, classroom punishment, access, equity, and achievement gaps among marginalized groups. This 12-credit-hour certificate program focuses on the historical contexts, theories, values, and aims of ethical conduct in education, exploring what it means to be ethical and justice-minded educators.
Designed to train hospitality professionals for positions of service leadership within hospitality organizations, this certificate prepares you for a meaningful future in service management and administration. Candidates in this program receive 12 credit hours of hospitality classes, including a one-credit hour field practicum.
The demand for professionally trained hospitality and retail managers continues to grow and is expected to grow well into the 21st century. This certificate program is designed to prepare hospitality and retail professionals for a meaningful future in service organization leadership positions. Candidates in this program will receive 12 credit hours of Hospitality and Retail Leadership classes.
Learn the skills needed to become a more reflective, wellness-focused professional. Applicable to many degree programs, the certificate in wellness will enable you, and to help others, achieve optimal well-being, happiness and resiliency ideal for your personal and professional lives. This 12-credit hour certificate offers both in-person, hybrid and online course options in collaboration between the colleges of Education and Human Ecology and Nursing.