Certificates are a good way to specialize your degree program or complete additional training in new or related field. Judson University offers certificates (usually 12 credits of study) and advanced certificates for a deeper knowledgebase (generally around 21 credits).
Earning a Certificate as Part of Your Bachelor's Degree
If you are earning a bachelor's degree at Judson University, pursuing a certificate as part of your elective credit offers you additional versatility in the marketplace. Since it is part of your degree program, this coursework is eligible for financial aid and usually tuition reimbursement.
Work with your Academic Advisor to incorporate a certificate or advanced certificate as part of your degree plan.
Earning a Certificate as an Unclassified Student
If you are looking for professional development, earning a certificate or advanced certificate that awards college credit offers credibility to your additional training. Students do not have to be degree seeking students at Judson to earn a certificate, but can do so as unclassified students. For these students, federal financial aid is not available, but some employers may provide tuition reimbursement for employee development.
If you are interested in earning a certificate or advanced certificate as an unclassified student, complete the Unclassified Student Application.
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