A certificate program in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences offers a flexible option for students seeking to develop specialized knowledge and competencies. It provides a starting point for further university studies or acts as an adjunct to an undergraduate degree. A certificate program is not designed to satisfy specific employment credentials. A certificate is sufficiently specialized to ensure its academic integrity and normally features at least one required anchor course that is taken at the beginning of the program. The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences offers the Certificate in Aboriginal and Indigenous Studies, Certificate in Ancient Languages, the Certificate in Criminology, the Certificate in Film Studies, and the Certificate in Public Policy.
Students seeking information about a certificate program should contact the coordinator of the certificate program, the Office of the Dean of Humanities and Social Sciences, or the Office of the Registrar.
A certificate program is open to all students who are granted admission to the University. All applications for admission or readmission to the University must be submitted to the Office of the Registrar. A complete application package includes an application to the University and any other required documentation (for those who have not attended Memorial University of Newfoundland in the three preceding semesters). Details are available under UNIVERSITY REGULATIONS - Admission/Readmission to the University Undergraduate.