What is a University Undergraduate Certificate?
An NC State University Undergraduate Certificate Program (UCP) is a prescribed set of undergraduate level academic courses designed by an academic department or program and taken for credit by Degree and Non-degree studies (NDS) students. The proposed certificate program must have final approval from the Dean of Academic Programs & Services (APS). Upon completion, the certificate program will be designated on the participant’s transcript.
The Certificate must have a minimum of 12 credit hours. Courses included in a certificate program should be in every case an existing academic course. The proposed certificate program must be approved by the Chancellor and requires notification to UNC-General Administration to be added to the UNC inventory.
Undergraduate Certificates are posted at http://oucc.ncsu.edu/certificates.
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