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Certificate in Contemporary Communications
The UMass Lowell online Contemporary Communications Certificate is an introductory certificate preparing students for work in a rapidly changing, information-driven workplace. Students will develop skills in research, analysis, writing, graphic presentation of material, and the use of technology as a tool for communication.
Flexibility and convenience
The Certificate program is interdisciplinary and draws upon the expertise and knowledge of several departments within the University
Many of the courses in this certificate can also be applied towards several other certificates and degrees offered by UMass Lowell
Official transcripts of all college, university, or post-secondary schools attended and course descriptions
Official high school transcripts or its equivalent (GED certificate), from applicants with no previous college/university experience
Accreditation & Licensing
New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Commission on Institutions of Higher Education
The University of Massachusetts Lowell is not presently accepting applications or registrations for online courses, degrees or certificate programs from residents of Arkansas, Kansas or Minnesota. Due to recent legislative changes the University of Massachusetts Lowell is not seeking state authorization to offer online programs in those states. State and federal laws require colleges and universities to receive state authorization to offer online programs in states other than their own.
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