Certificate in Computer Software
At A Glance
Start date: Summer, Fall, Spring
Learning Format: Online/On Campus
UVM’s Certificate in Computer Software allows you to enroll in courses that suit your interests and experience, plus offers a highly flexible curriculum. All courses in this program award UVM credits, and you can also apply them toward a degree, if desired.
You can select a course of study from one of the following tracks:
- Web Development Track
- Software Development Track
- Cybersecurity Track
- Self-Designed Track
- CS Master's Preparation Track
Students Use This Certificate To:
- Enhance their computer science skills and become a more valuable employee
- Receive certification prior to entering or while working toward a degree in Computer Science
- Prepare for graduate studies in Computer Science
The highly flexible nature of the certificate allows students to enroll in a variety of courses suitable to their experience and interests. Many courses are available online and on campus. In all cases, students must complete five courses, for at least 15 credits, in approved computer software courses, with a minimum GPA of 2.0 in each course. Browse the complete list of computer science courses.
The University of Vermont is able to certify VA benefits for this program. If you intend to use VA benefits for this program, please apply to the program and contact UVM's Veterans Affairs Coordinator, David Carlson, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (802) 656-0581, and Program Coordinator, Nichole Hathaway at Nichole.Hathaway@uvm.edu or by phone at (802) 656-4682, to inform the university of these intentions.
For further details, please visit: https://learn.uvm.edu/program/certificate-in-computer-software/
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