Graduate Certificate Programs

The Certificate Program is designed to appeal to working professionals. Graduate certificates give students the opportunity to broaden their knowledge in a particular discipline, learn the latest in developing fields, and stay competitive in today's marketplace.

A Pathway to a Master’s Degree

Graduate certificate programs may also be used as a pathway to a graduate degree program, and credit earned in a certificate can be counted toward the master’s degree.  Please keep in mind: starting with a certificate does not waive any prerequisite requirements. 

Certificates with an asterix (*) are offered by more than one department.

Current Students - Please note, the current requirements listed for each certificate are updated as revisions are approved.  Please refer to your certificate program degree audit for the specific course requirements for your catalog year.

  • Business Essentials (currently not accepting students)
  • Entrepreneurship & Technological Innovation
  • Finance
  • Financial Technology
  • Management & Leadership
  • Safety Engineering*
  • Contemporary Structural Engineering
  • Geoenvironmental Engineering
  • Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering
  • Infrastructure Renewal
  • Project Engineering and Construction Management*
  • Management for Sustainable Business



  • Technical Communication
  • CAD/CAM & Rapid Product Realization
  • Manufacturing Systems
  • Actuarial Science
  • Financial Mathematics
  • Statistical Methods in Psychology*
  • Statistics
  • Explosives Engineering
  • Explosives Technology
  • Mining Engineering
  • Safety Engineering*
  • Computational Intelligence* 
  • Model-Based Systems Engineering 
  • Network Centric Systems* 
  • Systems Engineering