In addition to the requirements presented here, students must satisfy the university regulations (see the Academic Regulations of the University section of this Calendar).
An undergraduate certificate is defined as a structured set of at least 4.0 undergraduate credits in a particular discipline or area of study that introduces the student to — or extends their knowledge of — that discipline or area of study. It is normally constituted by a structured set of sequential courses. An undergraduate certificate is a stand-alone credential that may be taken concurrently with a bachelor’s program or independently. When taken concurrently, the student is simultaneously considered a Degree Student and a Certificate Student.
- A minimum of 4.0 credits
- Minimum grade requirements may apply
- Consult the individual program entries for details