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The purpose for offering graduate certificates is to meet the supplemental education needs of professionals. As jobs and job-related responsibilities change, a person often needs additional training in a specific area. For example, an architect who once thought s/he would design new buildings may become involved in preservation of historical districts. If this architect had not taken any historical preservation courses for the primary degree, a graduate certificate in Historic Preservation would provide needed knowledge. Providing graduate certificates for workforce development is a high priority for the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. A graduate certificate program is a set of courses that provides in-depth knowledge in a subject matter. The knowledge in the set of courses should provide a coherent knowledge base even if the courses are selected from more than one academic program. The set of courses may be more practice-oriented than the set of courses in a graduate academic program. Departments that wish to develop new certificate programs should consult the Graduate School Graduate Certificate Development page. Students intending to complete a Graduate Certificate program should use the following forms: For more details about individual certificate programs, see the TTU Catalog Graduate Certificate Programs page.
GRADUATE CERTIFICATE DEPARTMENT
Addictions and the Family Applied and Professional Studies
Applied Behavior Analysis Educational Psychology & Leadership
Art History, Criticism, and Theory Art
Autism Educational Psychology and Leadership
Crop Protection Plant and Soil Science
Developmental Literacy Curriculum and Instruction
Digital Design and Fabrication Architecture
Dual Sensory Impairment Educational Psychology and Leadership
Early Music Performance Practice Music
Ethics Philosophy
Fibers and Textiles Plant and Soil Science
Gerontology Human Development and Family Studies
Health Care Change Business
Health Care Facilities Design Architecture
Historic Preservation Architecture
Horticultural Landscape Management Plant and Soil Science
Leadership Management
Linguistics English
Master Mentor Teacher Curriculum & Instruction
Medieval and Renaissance Studies History
Mental Health Counseling Educational Psychology and Leadership
Personal Financial Planning Applied and Professional Studies
Petroleum Engineering Petroleum Engineering
Piano Pedagogy Music
Publishing and Editing English
Soil Management Plant and Soil Science
Software Engineering Computer Science
Special Education Transition Educational Psychology & Leadership
Strategic Studies Institute for Modern Conflict, Diplomacy, & Reconciliation
Teaching English in International Contexts Classical and Modern Languages and Literatures
Urban and Community Design Studies Architecture
Women’s Studies Women’s Studies
Wind Energy – Technical Provost Office
Wind Energy – Managerial Provost Office

Graduate Certificate Forms