The Division of Lifelong Learning offers certificate programs in Business Administration, Career Development, Criminology, Library Studies, Municipal Administration, Newfoundland Studies, Public Administration, Records and Information Management, and Regional Policy and Development. These programs are offered by and are under the academic control of the appropriate faculties and schools.
Certificate courses are specially designed courses relating to specific areas of study for which no equivalent degree credit course exists and are not applicable towards an existing diploma or degree program.
A student is required to meet UNIVERSITY REGULATIONS - Admission/Readmission to the University (Undergraduate) for entry to Memorial University of Newfoundland.
A student may receive up to three exemptions for equivalent course work completed through another program or at another institution. If a student has previously obtained credit from Memorial University of Newfoundland for any of the courses on a certificate program, s/he will not be required to repeat these courses. To receive exemptions for certificate credit courses, a student must make a written request with supporting documents (transcripts and course descriptions) to the Program Developer, Certificate Programs, Division of Lifelong Learning for consideration by the Advisory Committee for the certificate.
A student who wishes to complete certificate programs must be admitted to the University as an undergraduate student and comply with the General Academic Regulations (Undergraduate).