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2014-2015 Graduate Certificate Program Disclosures

  • Emergency Management: A graduate certificate in Emergency Management is available for non –degree students who wish to specialize in the area of Emergency Management.  Upon satisfactorily completing the requirements of the graduate certificate, an entry will be made on the student’s transcript.  A student who completes the graduate certificate in Emergency Management may apply for 15 hours of earned credit towards the MS with a major in Emergency Management. 
  • Emergency Preparedness Nursing Coordinator: Available Fall 2014; Currently, NOT Federal Financial Aid eligible - The graduate certificate program in emergency preparedness nursing coordinator is available for non-degree students who wish to specialize in the area of emergency preparedness. Upon satisfactorily completing the requirements of the graduate certificate (comprehensive exam is not required for the graduate certificate), an entry will be made on the student’s transcript. All courses are delivered through distance education. A student who completes the graduate certificate may apply these hours of credit toward the Master’s of Science in Nursing with a concentration in Emergency Management degree.
  • Environmental Science Management: A graduate certificate in Environmental Science Management is available for non-degree students who wish to specialize in the area of environmental science management.  Upon satisfactorily completing the requirements of a graduate certificate, an entry will be made on the student’s transcript. 
  • Geographical Information Systems (formerly Spatial Analysis): A graduate certificate in geographical information systems is available for non-degree students who wish to specialize in the area of geographical information systems.  Upon satisfactorily completing the requirements of a graduate certificate, an entry will be made on the student’s transcript. 
  • Nursing Education: The graduate certificate program in nursing education is designed to prepare nurses to teach in nursing and health professional programs, health care institutions and agencies, and in the community.  The certificate provides nurses with essential knowledge and skills about teaching, program development, evaluation, clinical instruction, and other aspects of the educational process in nursing.  At the conclusion of the program, graduates receive a certificate acknowledging successful completion.
  • Sport Management: A graduate certificate (not a teacher certification program) in sport management is available for non-degree students who wish to specialize in the area of sport management.  Upon satisfactorily completing the requirements of the graduate certificate, an entry will be made on the student’s transcript.  A student who completes the graduate certificate in sport management may apply the 15 credit hours toward the MS in Sport Management. 
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