UIS offers a variety of programs for students who want to expand their expertise after receiving a bachelor’s degree. The goals of these graduate certificates are to offer a convenient and flexible way of expanding specific skills to assist in the advancement of your career.
Gain an edge in today’s competitive organized markets with an insider’s perspective on managerial finance and the timing, instruments and choices available to financial investors.
The purpose of the Certificate in Business Analytics is to provide business and technology practitioners with the fundamental knowledge and skills needed to collaborate in the design, development, and adoption of BA applications in organizations.
The Certificate in Business Process Management provides information systems practitioners with the fundamental knowledge needed to be able to successfully analyze, define, and design organizational processes and to effectively apply information technology to these processes.
First developed at the National Child Protection Training Center at Winona State University, CAST (Child Advocacy Studies) is a three-course curriculum created as a collaborative approach to training and educating frontline professionals and the next generation of child welfare practitioners.
The Cybersecurity Administration Graduate Certificate program imparts knowledge of security governance and policy development and offers hands-on experience in information security—vital skills that warrant an increase in your earning potential.
The graduate certificate in Cybersecurity Management is designed to develop graduate students' knowledge, analytical thinking, management skills and leadership in cybersecurity management as required by private, public and non-profit organizations.
The K-12 Educational Technology Specialist endorsement is designed for practicing teachers and administration who are interested in learning more about integrating digital technologies into classroom teaching and learning.
Approved by the Illinois State Board of Education, the Learning Behavior Specialist 1 (LBS1) endorsement is sought by PK-12 teachers for the purpose of gaining an additional endorsement to be qualified to teach in a special education setting. Combine the endorsement/graduate certificate with an additional 24 credit hours of EDL coursework to fulfill requirements for a Master of Arts in Education.