Office of the Registrar
Division of Lifelong Learning (2010/2011)
2.5 Certificate in Career Development

The Certificate in Career Development is designed for persons working in the career development field who wish to consolidate and deepen their knowledge base. The program will provide a grounding in career development theory and practice for those wishing to enter the field. The practicum will give new entrants to the field valuable work experience and will allow existing practitioners the opportunity to reflect on and improve their practice.

2.5.1 Regulations for the Certificate in Career Development Curriculum

Students will be required to complete a total of ten courses as follows:

  1. Required Courses: Career Development 1000, 1100, 1200, 1210, 1220, 1300, and 3000

  2. Three Elective Courses from the following list: Career Development 2000, 2001, 2100, 2200, or 2300


  1. Students are required to meet UNIVERSITY REGULATIONS - Admission/Readmission to the University (Undergraduate) for entry to Memorial University of Newfoundland.

  2. Students may receive up to three exemptions for equivalent course work completed through another program or at another institution. If students have previously obtained credit from Memorial University of Newfoundland for any of the courses on a certificate program, they are not required to repeat these courses. To receive exemptions for certificate credit courses, students 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.