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Graduate Studies in Fine Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences

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Graduate Certificates

Most graduate certificates are comprised of four courses designed to provide specific knowledge and expertise vital to today's changing and complex needs in the work place. In most cases courses may be applied toward a master's degree program.

The courses to complete the certificate must be completed within a five year period with a minimum 3.0 grade point average, and with no more than 3 credits below B. Courses completed for one certificate may not be used for another certificate.

Please refer to the following subjects in the online Graduate Course Catalog for more details about the application process and course requirements for graduate certificates.


School of Criminology and Justice Studies


Music


Psychology


Interdisciplinary

  • Peace & Conflict Resolution Studies

Student Profiles

Deborah Friedl '83 Criminal Justice, Psychology

Deborah Friedl ’83 broke barriers for women at the Lowell Police Department. Now president of the International Association of Women Police, she’s advocating for women to play a role in police reform.

Women bring a lot of value to building trust with communities.