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The Joseph R. Biden, Jr. School of Public Policy and Administration offers two graduate certificate programs to enhance students' skills and marketability on the job market in a specialized field of study.
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This standalone or add-on certificate prepares professionals for the successful practice of historic preservation in public, private and non-profit venues.
This add-on certificate provides useful knowledge and practical skill-building for existing UD students in any field who want to advance their careers in the nonprofit and/or public sector.
This standalone certificate is to help public health professionals (with 2+ years experience) gain the necessary skills to effectively lead and administer programming during public health crises and acute events.
This standalone or add-on certificate will provide students with the skills to apply data science techniques and methodologies to pressing problems in urban policy and administration, planning, and the emerging science of cities.
The certificates are perfect for mid-career professionals who want a continuing education program, students who want a specialized add-on to their degree, or students interested in a full-time graduate degree program who want an introduction to graduate study.