Learn about Spanish language and culture, and engage in an experiential component in a Spanish-speaking health-care setting.
The translation and interpreting studies certificate equips students with skill-based, practical knowledge of how to translate and interpret in their careers.
The certificate in ethnomusicology allows students to study music from a multidisciplinary perspective in a rigorous and structured manner.
Learn about the art of film, from history to production, in an interdisciplinary program of courses from around the university.
Enhance your academic credentials with a certificate that builds your pedagogical and scholarly strengths in film studies.
These graduate certificate programs will prepare students to teach music theory or music history in a variety of educational settings.
Engage in feminist scholarship in a supportive program offering small classes and one-on-one work with faculty.
This program consists of coursework leading to qualification for a Massachusetts Initial Educator License in Music: All Levels (PreK-12).
This certificate prepares prepares post-baccalaureate performers, educators, theorists, historians, composers, and other musicians to perform.
The graduate certificate in conducting prepares post-baccalaureate performers, educators, theorists, composers, and other musicians to conduct music.