Graduate Certificates

Earn a certificate in any of the following graduate programs:

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.  

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