Micro-Credentials - Enhance Your Professional Profile

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What is a micro-credential? It’s a certification in a highly specific competency area, and it can make a macro impression on your résumé, your LinkedIn and social media profiles, and every one of your email signatures.

Earning one is also a shorter and more affordable process than what’s entailed with a traditional certificate. The credential can be completed online in two to four weeks at your own pace, so you can fit the coursework into your schedule.

Earning a micro-credential is do-able for just about everyone. There are no pre-requisites, your academic background can be in any discipline, and you don’t have to be a current student or even have a degree.

It’s also a great way to explore a different discipline. Micro-credentials give you the chance to acquire new skills and competencies and can open additional careers doors for you. With no major commitment of either time or finances, a micro-credential is an opportunity with a return on investment that can last a lifetime.

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When you earn a micro-credential from the University of New Haven, we provide you with a visible sign of your new skills. This digital badge can be used on all your social media channels and signifies to potential employers that you possess additional competencies that set you apart from other applicants.


The University of New Haven is offering a selection of micro-credential courses in criminal justice that are both compelling and highly relevant to today’s world and the challenges it presents.

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Introduction to Healthcare Fraud

Learn about the history and evolution of healthcare fraud in the U.S. You’ll examine healthcare markets and providers and analyze common fraud schemes and red flags for healthcare fraud.

Introduction to Common Medical Malpractice

Examine the role of the medical provider and the common diagnoses that are used in healthcare fraud.

Billing Models for Healthcare Fraud

Get an inside look at the legal issues in healthcare fraud and the part the Office of Inspector General (OIG) plays in investigations as you analyze the processing systems of Medicare and Medicaid.

Analytical Skills for Healthcare Fraud

Examine the information systems that provide the data for the analysis of red flags in healthcare administration.


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Introduction to Human Trafficking Investigations

Analyze the distinction between trafficking and smuggling and the social, cultural, and economic factors that contribute to human trafficking and smuggling.

How Criminals Use the Internet for Human Trafficking

Investigate how technology has enhanced criminal activity and the ways it is used in the trafficking process.

Data Analytics in Human Trafficking

Study the human trafficking problem in its proper context and learn about the data collection process.

Introduction to Forensics and Human Trafficking

Explore the different policing models related to human trafficking, how the regulatory environment impacts investigations, and how criminal organizations use trafficking to finance terrorism, war, and other criminal activity.


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Introduction to International Sports Integrity

Study the history of transnational organized crime and the role it plays in corrupting sporting events.

Introduction to Bribery and Corruption Investigations

Learn how to identify and evaluate risks for corruption and bribery and become familiar with the deterrence and detection policies that mitigate those risks. Study the regulatory environment that monitors for bribery and corruption, fosters transparency, and enforces compliance.

Introduction to American Sports Integrity

Get the inside track on the history of corruption in the horse-racing industry and the NCAA.

Introduction to Sports Gambling Markets

Investigate the match-fixing process and understand the role that sports gambling markets can play in that process.