SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION

CERTIFICATE PROGRAMMES

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Students who wish to complete Certificate programmes must be admitted to the University as undergraduate students and comply with the general regulations for undergraduates.

REGULATIONS FOR A FIRST CERTIFICATE

A Memorial University certificate is awarded to students who complete certificate programme requirements.

1) Every candidate for a certificate shall comply with all the course requirements governing the award of that certificate.

2) Candidates shall complete at this University a minimum of nine credit hours of the total number of credit hours required for a certificate.

3) No candidate will be awarded a certificate unless s/he has obtained an average of 1 point or better on the total number of credit hours required for the certificate.

REGULATIONS FOR A SECOND CERTIFICATE

Students who have completed a certificate programme and wish to complete a second certificate must:

1) comply with all course requirements governing the award of that certificate;

2) complete at least nine credit hours beyond those required for the first certificate. The courses which comprise these credit hours must be applicable to the certificate sought.

The following certificate programmes are available through the School of Continuing Education. These programmes are offered by and are under the academic control of the appropriate faculties and schools.

Certificate in Business Administration

Certificate in Career Development

Certificate in Criminology

Certificate in Library Studies

Certificate in Municipal Administration

Certificate in Newfoundland Studies

Certificate in Public Administration

Certificate in Records and Information Management


Last modified on May 17, 2000 by MaryJane Puxley

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