University College offers undergraduate certificate programs in:
Clinical and Translational Science
Clinical and Translational Science focuses on applying biomedical discoveries to health care. It requires team-based interdisciplinary approaches to move research-generated discoveries into clinical trials and to facilitate the adoption of best practices in clinical and community settings. Investigators in translational science understand principles involved in foundational research and how such research relates to epidemiology, behavioral medicine, and patient-oriented research.
Leadership Studies is a multidisciplinary academic field that draws upon theories and applications from a wide variety of related disciplines, such as the social sciences (e.g., psychology, sociology, political science, and anthropology) and the humanities (e.g., philosophy and history), as well as professional fields, including management and education. This certificate program is also available online.
The Certificate in Nonprofit Management is designed to help staff members, board members, founders, and volunteers develop the business and leadership skills necessary for building a successful nonprofit organization. This certificate is also available online.
The Certificate in Sustainability provides students with the knowledge and skills they will need in order to contribute to sustainable systems and their interactions, especially those related to energy, society, culture, economics, the built environment, health, and public policy.