UMSL offers quite a few Graduate Certificates. However, not all graduate certificates are eligible for federal financial aid. Students enrolled in the graduate certificate programs below may apply for federal student aid by completing the FAFSA. You can learn more about these programs through the Graduate School’s Graduate Certificates Programs page and/or through the certificate’s respective academic program. Gainful Employment information is available through the Graduate School page or the program's homepage.

Advanced Credit Program (ACP) Instructional Communication

Applied Behavior Analysis

Autism Studies

Biotechnology

Business Administration

Business Intelligence

Clinical Psychology Respecialization

Community College Leadership

Cybersecurity

Digital and Social Media Marketing

Early Childhood Teaching

Electronic Commerce

Elementary School Teaching

Elementary and Special Education Teaching

Gender Studies

Gerontology

History Education

Human Resource Management

Information Resources Management

Information Systems Management

Institutional Research

International Studies

Local Government Management

Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Long-Term Care Administration

Marketing Management

Museum Studies

Nonprofit Management and Leadership

Policy and Program Evaluation

Post-MSN Nurse Practitioner – Adult, Family, Pediatric, Psychiatric-Mental Health, or Women’s Health

Program Evaluation in Education

Public History and Cultural Heritage

Psychology- Clinical Respecialization

School Psychology

Secondary School Teaching

Social Justice in Education

Student Affairs Administration and Leadership

Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages

Teaching of Writing

Trauma Studies

Tropical Biology and Conservation