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  New Brunswick Undergraduate Catalog 2003-2005 Undergraduate Education in New Brunswick Certificate Programs  

Certificate Programs

Certificate programs are available in a number of fields and are open to all undergraduate students in New Brunswick, regardless of college.

The certificate programs are designed to allow students to complement their major program with study in either a broad, but well-defined, area or a specialized field. Since the certificate programs are intended to enhance a major program, a certificate may be awarded only in conjunction with the awarding of a baccalaureate degree in a major field.

Behavioral Pharmacology

Cartography

Criminology

Eagleton Undergraduate Associates (American Politics and Public Policy)

Environmental Geomatics

Environmental Planning

Fisheries Science

Food Systems Education and Administration

Foreign Language Proficiency (French, German, Hungarian, Italian, and Russian)

Global Politics

Horticultural Therapy

Housing and Real Estate Development

International Agriculture/Environment

International Geographic Perspectives

International Studies

Internet Certificate Program

Leadership Scholars Certificate (Institute for Women's Leadership)

Professional Writing

Quantitative Political Science Methods

Romance Linguistics

Social Strategies for Environmental Protection

Spanish-English, English-Spanish Translation Proficiency

Spanish Major/Global Studies

Teacher Education *

Technical Writing

Urban/Community Forestry

Urban Planning

* The Graduate School of Education and, in certain fields, Cook College administers teacher certification programs in numerous areas. See Education in the Programs of Study for Liberal Arts Students section, and Teacher Education in the Program of study in the Cook College section.


 
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