A Certificate Program is a great way to start if you are looking for a career change or want to advance in your current position, but don’t have the necessary skills.
Our College of Adult and Graduate Studies offers a variety of undergraduate certificate programs to help you develop key competencies in a specific subject. College certificates consist of four courses and a total of 12 credit hours. You may complete an undergraduate certificate as a stand-alone program, to begin work toward a CCU bachelor’s degree in the same subject area, or to supplement a CCU bachelor’s degree in a related area.
CCU’s personal approach to teaching and learning means you’ll receive the finest education available in a small-class-size environment. Our faculty members bring scholarship and experience alive in the classroom, applying a wealth of academic and professional experience, and affording you the advantages of real-life perspectives while you learn.
Accounting Certificate (12 credit hours)
Biblical Studies Certificate (12 credit hours)
Communication Studies Certificate (12 credit hours)
Criminal Justice Certificate (12 credit hours)
Entrepreneurship Certificate (12 credit hours)
Ethics Certificate (12 credit hours)
Health Care Administration Certificate (12 credit hours)
Human Resource Management Certificate (12 credit hours)
Marketing and Sales Certificate (12 credit hours)
Project Management Certificate (12 credit hours)
CCU offers a complete education designed to develop you intellectually, professionally, and spiritually.
A combination of online instruction and Web-enhanced, in-seat courses gives you greater flexibility to complete assignments while honoring important family and work commitments. We also recognize your work experience as a valuable contribution to online discussions and assignments.
You’ll receive personal attention from faculty and staff who want to know you as an individual and help you reach your goals.
You will explore philosophy, theories, and values as the basis for ethical decision making.