Undergraduate Certificates

Undergraduate Certificate Rules

The certificate program requirements

Certificate in Actuarial Studies

The Certificate in Actuarial Studies is designed to provide the education needed for entry level employment in the actuarial profession.

Certificate in Artificial Intelligence  

The certificate in Artificial Intelligence is a six-course (18 credit hours) program. It provides skills and training necessary to start or progress in the growing areas of AI, with a range of electives to focus more specifically in one’s desired direction of study. 

Certificate in Computer Programming 

The Certificate in Computer Programming is designed to provide a quick, yet broad training in technologies leading to secure and interesting careers in computer programming or education.

Certificate in Computer Programming Education (pending)

The undergraduate Certificate in Computer Programming Education is an 18 credit hour program. It is designed to serve secondary school science teachers, with training needed to implement a range of computer programming related courses in their schools. 

Certificate in Cybersecurity (in cooperation with the Department of Information Systems)

The Certificate in Cybersecurity is an interdisciplinary studies program designed to provide basic training in emerging areas of information, data, and network security.

Certificate in Data Science 

The Certificate in Data Science is designed to provide computing and statistical foundations for work with big data and data analytics.

Certificate in Internet and Web  

The Certificate in Internet and Web is designed to provide a broad training in technologies related to the Internet and Web, with flexibility allowing a student to satisfy specific interests.

Certificate in Mobile Apps and Ubiquitous Computing 

The Certificate in Mobile Apps and Ubiquitous Computing is designed to provide training in technologies and framework for mobile apps and computing.