(see Postgraduate certificate)
A nondegree credential designed to provide students with specialized knowledge that is less extensive than, and different from, a master's program. A certificate program represents a focused collection of courses that, when completed, affords the student a record of academic accomplishment in a given discipline or set or related disciplines.
a coherent academic program approved by the Graduate Affairs Council and listed in the university catalog
a concentrated course of graduate study focused within a specific area like sport psychology, and is intended to give a recognized competence in that subject area to someone who already holds a graduate degree
an integrated group of courses that is designed to have a very clear and focused academic topic or competency as its subject area
a professional credential that represents the successful completion of graduate-level study in a specific area
a stand-alone postgraduate university course consisting of four subjects
a course at postgraduate level, typically requiring completion of an approved program of study of at least 24 credit points. Candidates must apply for admission to candidature to the award and will normally hold a degree of Bachelor or equivalent qualification or have completed another program of study or professional training deemed to be equivalent.
See Award Level
A postgraduate award course in which students usually have to complete 4 subjects.
a course for which the normal requirement for admission is a â€˜bachelorâ€™ degree.
A postgraduate award following the successful completion of an academic program of at least six month's duration full-time or its equivalent part-time.