Students who may not initially want to follow a bachelor’s degree program may enroll in one of the undergraduate certificate programs offered by the College of Professional Studies. Students without prior college work may elect to complete a certificate program first and have the option of continuing with the complete degree program. (Courses required in most of the certificate programs meet some of the major requirements in the degree programs.) Others who have previously completed a Bachelor’s degree may want to enroll in a certificate program for personal enrichment or in order to show a concentration in another area of study.
Undergraduate certificate programs offered are:
- Business Administration
- Communication Studies
- Computer Science
- Creative Writing
- Early Childhood Education
- Health Administration and Policy
- Pre-Health Sciences
A minimum GPA of 2.00 is required to earn an undergraduate certificate. A grade of “C” or better is needed in all courses to count toward the certificate. No course may be taken Pass/No Pass. All course requirements will be taken at Creighton, as transfer credit is not allowed for certificate programs.
Individuals who want to follow a certificate program should complete the Application for Admission available at http://adultdegrees.creighton.edu.
Consult with an advisor in the Department of Education, Room 106 in the Hitchcock Communication Arts Building for information on certification/endorsement requirements. Telephone 402.280.2820.