The University of New Haven offers 75 undergraduate and graduate degree programs, in innovative fields such as sports management, nutrition and dietetics, chemistry, forensic science, music and sound recording, engineering, computer science, fire science, criminal justice, biology, and dental hygiene. The University offers its degree programs through its College of Arts and Sciences, College of Business, Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences, Tagliatela College of Engineering, and College of Lifelong & eLearning.
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The University of New Haven offers 15 undergraduate certificates and 40 graduate certificates.
Take the first step toward an undergraduate or graduate degree by registering for one of the certificates offered by the university. In order to be considered for admission to a certificate program, students must follow the traditional application process. To learn more about the application process, please visit Undergraduate or Graduate Admissions.
Each certificate is carefully designed as a concentrated introduction to a particular subject area and consists of courses totaling twelve or more credit hours. While certificate programs can generally be successfully completed with only 12 credits of coursework, some courses needed for certificate completion may have prerequisite requirements. Students must satisfy all necessary prerequisite coursework, if applicable, prior to starting the desired certificate program. In some cases, prerequisite coursework may be waived or substituted with the permission of the student's academic advisor.
Choose to apply the credits you have earned toward a relevant undergraduate or graduate degree at the university. Click on the links to the left to explore the advantage of our certificate programs.
Please be advised that the University Catalog is the official source for information about programs of study and academic requirements. Each program or certificate page will link you to the online University Catalog for full program degree requirements and course descriptions.