UNH Graduate Certificate Programs
Earning a graduate certificate can help advance your skillsets and accelerate your career, giving you the edge to compete in today’s job market. The University of New Hampshire offers a wide range of graduate-level certificates that you can earn alone or while simultaneously completing a graduate degree at the Carsey School.
Add one of these Graduate Certificate credentials to your Carsey School master's program and gain the expertise needed to accelerate your career. Graduate in the same time it takes to earn your master's in Public Administration or Public Policy! When you’re ready to learn more, submit an inquiry request or contact us!
The Education Department's Certificate in Assessment & Evaluation provides the skills and knowledge to design, develop, implement, and analyze a broad range of assessment systems; evaluate teaching, learning and educational programming; and develop multiple strategies to synthesize and use data for decision-making purposes.
The Child Welfare Graduate Certificate program is designed to educate individuals interested in improving the quality of life for children and families vulnerable to abuse and neglect. In addition, the certificate will provide additional pathways of preparation for students interested in careers in public child welfare and will aid in increasing valuable resources toward supporting children and families vulnerable to child abuse and neglect.
The Data Science Graduate Certificate exposes students to current, cutting edge data programming, statistical modeling and visualization tools through guided, online instruction and applied case studies.
The Graduate Certificate in Feminist Studies at UNH provides students with an opportunity to pursue feminist scholarship within a structured, interdisciplinary curriculum and provides tools such as feminist theoretical frameworks and an understanding of contemporary feminist activism.
The Graduate Certificate in Health Data Science (GCHDS), at UNH, prepares students interested in the field of health data science for a role in healthcare analytics through statistical and programming foundations and the visualization and translation of healthcare data.
The Public Health Graduate Certificate program provides provides students with the opportunity to advance their knowledge for enhancing the health of communities and populations as a whole through the study of public healthcare systems and epidemiology.
If you are interested in another Graduate Certificate not listed here (view all UNH Graduate Certificates) or wish to enroll in one of the Graduate Certificates above, please consult with your Carsey Academic Advisor to develop an academic plan to insure you meet the requirements of both degrees.
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