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    University of Louisiana Lafayette
   
 
  Dec 13, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate and Graduate Academic Catalog

Overview


  1. Graduate Certificates

    • Graduate Certificates provide a shortened, condensed and focused course of study that supplements an existing bachelor's or master's degree. They may provide jobrelated expertise, focus on a timely area of discussion in a discipline, or lead to licensure or certification. Refer to specific graduate certificate program descriptions  for details about the qualification the program provides.
  2. Types of Graduate Certificates

    • Graduate Certificate - a graduate-level academic offering that is earned after a student has already completed a recognized baccalaureate degree. The number of required courses varies, but the typical range is 12-18 credits.
    • Post-Masters Certificate - an academic offering that is earned after a student has already completed a recognized master's degree, usually related to additional licensure or certification.
  3. Graduate Certificate Requirements

    • General Requirements - policies and procedures set by the Graduate School that apply to all graduate certificate programs.
    • Specific Program Requirements - policies and procedures set by individual graduate certificate programs.