Graduate Certificates

Earn a certificate in any of the following graduate program(s):

About Graduate Certificates

Certificates are comprised of 18 credit hours of course work within the curriculum of any one of the graduate programs. Plan your personalized course of study with your faculty advisor and the dean to advance your education and deepen your understanding of theology in a given area. 

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To begin your graduate certificate, submit a completed application to the Neuhoff School of Ministry. Prospective students must meet the admissions requirements of the master's program for which they intend to pursue a graduate certificate. 

Questions?

Please contact the Neuhoff School of Ministry for more information about certificate programs to find out more about how you can make a transformative impact through ministry.  

News

Alumni Reimagine Education for Boys

Peter Searby, BA '01, feels that modern schools -- with a scarcity of opportunities for children to work with their hands and use their imaginations to explore their worlds -- are doing boys in particular a disservice. From this recognized deficiency, Searby conceived the idea for Riverside Center for Imaginative Learning. Also finding the education of boys to be a primary concern, Daniel Kerr, BA '03, opened St. Martin's Academy, a Catholic boys' boarding high school in Fort Scott, Kansas, in 2018.

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Crowley Trio: An Evening of Beauty

In an intimate gathering at the Museum of Biblical Art in February, UD celebrated the inaugural Crowley Chamber Trio Concert, "Music in the Museum," the first of three concerts that took place this spring. The opening performance rekindled the university's popular Crowley concerts, which first took breath more than two decades ago.

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Professor Applies Lessons Learned from Autistic Sons to All Life

Former Affiliate Assistant Professor of Spanish Nicole (Hammerschmidt) Lasswell, BA '03, and her husband, Martin, have two sons, Will and Stevie, both of whom have autism. For World Autism Awareness Day, the family was interviewed on Telemundo; because the boys are thriving, it seemed particularly important to the Lasswells to share their story and their hope with others.

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