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CUGS

Exploring Certificates of Undergraduate Study (CUGS)

Certificates of Undergraduate Study (CUGS) provide a credential for students completing an area of study totaling 12 to 17 credit hours. Completion of the CUGS is noted on students' transcripts and is intended to complement students' other areas of study. A CUGS can be a great option to help students explore academic areas of interest and prepare for their professional futures. 

CUGS by College

Rohrer College of Business
College of Communication & Creative Arts
College of Education
Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering
College of Humanities & Social Sciences
College of Science & Mathematics
School of Earth & Environment
School of Health Professions
Global Learning & Partnerships


Rohrer College of Business

College of Communication & Creative Arts

College of Education

  • Access, Success, and Equity for Educational Innovation
  • Bilingual Education | Learn More
  • Teaching English as a Second Language (ESL) | Learn More
  • Teaching in Urban and Diverse Settings

Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering

  • Advanced Manufacturing
  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Combat Systems Engineering | Learn More
  • Materials Engineering | Learn More

College of Humanities & Social Sciences

College of Science & Mathematics

School of Earth & Environment

  • Crime Mapping and Crime Analysis | Learn More
  • Environmental Humanities | Learn More
  • Environmental Policy and Economics | Learn More
  • Geographic Information Systems and Science | Learn More
  • Sustainable Urbanism | Learn More
  • Writing for the Environment

School of Health Professions

Global Learning & Partnerships