College of Education: College Access and Success
This certificate serves as a critical bridge to helping post-secondary and higher education student service providers develop marketable skills and competencies in those areas and places emphases on urban issues and themes of equity and access.
College of Education: Digital Education Leadership
This certificate prepares individuals to responsibly lead and structure dynamic online learning environments that mainly serve both traditional and non-tradiations adult higher education populations. Certificate completers will gain comprehensive understanding of structural matters related to instructional design, regulatory matters, interdepartmental relationships, and how to lead change in these emergent settings.
College of Education: Disability Studies
This certificate focuses on an interdisciplinary approach to exploring disability from cultural, historical and sociopolitical perspectives. This program draws from a variety of disciplines, including health professions, liberal arts and social sciences.
College of Engineering: Engineering Management
Taught by industry executives and experts, this program is designed to develop the business acumen that will drive your rise through the corporate ranks or successfully launch your own venture.
College of Liberal Arts: Spanish for Health Professionals
Advance your career in healthcare and develop the cultural sensitivity needed to work with Latinx and Spanish-speaking patients. Students who earn this certificate deepen their knowledge of the Spanish language and broaden their intercultural competencies so they can more meaningfully communicate with the Latinx community in healthcare settings.
College of Public Health: Health Informatics
The Health Informatics (HI) Certificate is designed to teach you the hands-on skills you will need to advance in your current position or move into this expanding career path. You will learn from industry leaders while navigating state of the art electronic health record systems while expanding your understanding of HIPAA privacy and security, health information exchanges and standards, and EHRs and Management of Information Technology.
College of Public Health: Post-Graduate Certificate in Military Counseling (Non-Credit Option Available)
Designed to help practitioners meet the public health challenge and to improve their clinical versatility and skills in an increasingly competitive market.
Klein College of Media and Communication: Conflict Management and Dispute Resolution
This certificate enables professionals to design, evaluate, implement, and update conflict management and dispute resolution initiatives in their organization and fields. Completion of the certificate allows students to be admitted into Klein's Communication Management master’s program in without submitting GRE scores.
Klein College of Media and Communication: Strategic Communication and Cross-Cultural Leadership
The certificate prepares students for leadership roles by focusing on theory and practice to develop leadership and strategic communication skills. Completion of the certificate allows students to be admitted into Klein's Communication Management master’s program in without submitting GRE scores.
School of Pharmacy: Basic Pharmaceutical Development
Geared for professionals with non-science and business backgrounds to enter or advance in the pharmaceutical and related industries. Focuses on drug development project management issues.
School of Pharmacy: Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing and Regulatory Affairs
The regulatory framework required for the approval of biotechnology-derived products (or biologics) is lengthy, rigorous, and highly complicated. The Pharmaceutical Manufacturing and RA Certificate delves into the complex regulations governing the development, manufacturing, and distribution of such products.
School of Pharmacy: Biosimilars and Generic Drug
This certificate discusses the development processes and regulations of the biosimilar and generic drug industry. The certificate focuses on key areas: the global business environment, domestic and global regulations for generic products, manufacturing science, and business distribution practices.
School of Pharmacy: Clinical Trial Management
Provides tools and information needed to design, conduct and audit clinical trials of pharmaceuticals. The courses emphasize protocol development, volunteer informed consent, study management, and the role and responsibilities of Institutional Review Boards.
School of Pharmacy: Drug Development
Learn foundational knowledge and terminology helping industry maintain quality practices while meeting regulatory compliance at the local, national and global levels.
School of Pharmacy: Food QA and RA
This certificate provides broad knowledge of the regulatory and quality practices of food and food medicines, helping those who work in nutritional products, food medicines, and the food industry.
School of Pharmacy: Global Pharmacovigilance (Benefit-Risk Assessment)
The pharmaceutical industry is challenged with providing oversight of a drug’s safety throughout the product life-cycle. Reviewing safety profiles and assessing benefit and risk that arise during and after drug development are rigorously explored.
School of Pharmacy: GMPs for the 21st Century
This certificate provides a sound theoretical and hands-on approach to practices used in all of the critical stages of manufacturing. Overall goal to enhance scientific understandings of manufacturing processes, standardizing product quality, improve plant efficiency and costs, and meet the new compliance requirements (both domestic and global).
School of Pharmacy: Labeling, Advertising, and Promotions
This certificate involves discussion of the complexity of the PI (Package Insert), showing how it must delineate every aspect of the product, from its dosage form to its unique storage requirements and dosage information. Topics include how the PI must be incorporated into print and Internet advertising and promotions for products and also discuss requirements of TV ads. Differences of regulations in key world markets are also discussed.
School of Pharmacy: Medical Devices
This certificate enables students to receive specific training in the device field, receiving an overview of its domestic and global regulations. All courses provide hands-on application of regulations and quality practices.
School of Pharmacy: Sterile Process Manufacturing
This certificate explores the routes and types of sterile product administration, manufacturing and facility requirements for their design and production, as well as validation and compliance specifications. Attention is also focused on the technical and regulatory aspects of sterilization processes, including thermal, gaseous, radiation, filtration, and aseptic processing methods.
School of Pharmacy: Validation Sciences
Validation is a critical and all-encompassing tool in the pharmaceutical, medical device, biotechnology and related regulated industries. At the heart of Quality Assurance practices, validation includes every test and scientific methodology used to demonstrate that facilities, utilities, equipment, processes, computers and products meet agreed-upon standards. Validation relies on the measured precision of scientific methods.
School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management: Destination Management
The Destination Management Graduate Certificate is designed for those individuals that want to coordinate the powerful experiences a destination provides that individuals cannot get anywhere else.
School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management: Global Tourism
The Global Tourism Graduate Certificate is designed for those individuals who want to turn a passion for travel into business or career opportunities by learning more about the ever growing and diversified tourism industry.
School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management: Tourism Analytics
The Tourism Analytics Graduate Certificate is designed for those individuals for whom joy is in the details and are driven by a desire to extrapolate the value of the tourism industry.