Students working in the engineering cores lab

Our certificate programs challenge students to explore subjects in-depth and apply new concepts and skills in practical situations. Certificate programs allow you to accumulate credit-hours that can be applied to a Master’s Degree should you choose to continue your education. Certificate program classes are offered in the evenings and on weekends to accommodate working professionals. Many area employers provide for tuition. Getting a certificate is an excellent way to set yourself apart and prepare yourself for the next step in your career!

Engineering and Construction Project Management

The Engineering and Construction Project Management Certificate is a 12-credit-hour graduate certificate program. Engineering and construction companies are increasingly requiring project management skills for those who hold technical degrees to successfully complete projects and to be promoted in their organizations. The graduate certificate program is designed to meet this need and enable students to learn higher-level project management skills that are critical to the successful planning and completion of construction projects. This graduate certificate is intended for post-Baccalaureate professionals working in engineering, construction, management, and related positions. A minimum of 12 credit hours at the 5500-level or above is required, and students must maintain a 3.0 graduate grade point average (GPA) while enrolled.