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Accredited Online Certificate Programs

Both on-campus and online certificate programs help prepare you for certain occupations, such as medical billing, that do not demand an academic degree but require learning a specific skill set. In other fields, like engineering and education, it is important for professionals who already have a degree to update and expand their knowledge. Professional certification programs provide the appropriate education and a document that certifies you as properly trained. Accredited online certificate programs have become very popular, as they provide both convenience and quality. Request more information on certificate programs from the schools listed below!



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University of MissouriOnline

University of MissouriGraduate
Columbia, MO

University of Missouri- Kansas CityUndergraduate
Kansas City, MO

University of Missouri- St. LouisUndergraduate
St. Louis, MO

University of Missouri--Kansas CityOnline

University of Missouri--St. LouisOnline

University of MobileUndergraduate
Mobile, AL

University of MontanaUndergraduate
Missoula, MT

University of Montana- WesternUndergraduate
Dillon, MT

University of MontevalloUndergraduate
Montevallo, AL

University of Mount UnionUndergraduate
Alliance, OH

University of Nebraska Medical CenterUndergraduate
Omaha, NE

University of Nebraska- KearneyUndergraduate
Kearney, NE

University of Nebraska- LincolnUndergraduate
Lincoln, NE

University of Nebraska- OmahaUndergraduate
Omaha, NE

University of Nebraska--LincolnOnline

University of Nebraska--OmahaOnline

University of Nevada- Las VegasUndergraduate
Las Vegas, NV

University of Nevada- RenoUndergraduate
Reno, NV

University of New EnglandUndergraduate
Biddeford, ME

University of New HampshireUndergraduate
Durham, NH

University of New HavenUndergraduate
West Haven, CT

University of New MexicoUndergraduate
Albuquerque, NM

University of New OrleansUndergraduate
New Orleans, LA

University of North AlabamaUndergraduate
Florence, AL

University of North Carolina School of the ArtsUndergraduate
Winston-Salem, NC

University of North Carolina- AshevilleUndergraduate
Asheville, NC

University of North Carolina- Chapel HillUndergraduate
Chapel Hill, NC

University of North Carolina- CharlotteUndergraduate
Charlotte, NC

University of North Carolina- GreensboroUndergraduate
Greensboro, NC

University of North Carolina- PembrokeUndergraduate
Pembroke, NC

University of North Carolina- WilmingtonUndergraduate
Wilmington, NC

University of North DakotaUndergraduate
Grand Forks, ND

University of North DakotaOnline

University of North FloridaUndergraduate
Jacksonville, FL

University of North GeorgiaUndergraduate
Dahlonega, GA

University of North TexasUndergraduate
Denton, TX

University of Northern ColoradoUndergraduate
Greeley, CO

University of Northern ColoradoOnline

University of Northern IowaUndergraduate
Cedar Falls, IA

University of Northwestern- St. PaulUndergraduate
St. Paul, MN

University of Notre DameUndergraduate
Notre Dame, IN

University of OklahomaUndergraduate
Norman, OK

University of OregonUndergraduate
Eugene, OR

University of OregonGraduate
Eugene, OR

University of PennsylvaniaUndergraduate
Philadelphia, PA

University of PikevilleUndergraduate
Pikeville, KY

University of PittsburghUndergraduate
Pittsburgh, PA

University of PittsburghGraduate
Pittsburgh, PA

University of PortlandUndergraduate
Portland, OR


Online Certificate Programs and Professional Certifications – Job Outlook

Certificates are available in a wide variety of occupations, but are especially common in healthcare and vocational fields. Medical transcription is an excellent example; completing a one-year certificate program qualifies you for entry-level positions. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) expects 6% growth in medical transcription jobs through 2020, and reports a median annual salary of $34,020 as of May 2012.

Professional certifications are also common, but their purpose is usually to expand or update knowledge you gained while earning a degree. Advancement in occupations like engineering and technology sometimes depends on such certification. BLS data indicates that civil engineers had a median annual income of $70,340 in May 2012, but top-end wages in the field were more than $122,000 per year. Adding professional certifications to your resume can help you attain those higher-paying positions.

In-Demand Certificates Spotlight

Here are some certificate and certification programs that are now in especially high demand:

  • Business certificate programs
  • Project management certification
  • Medical certificate programs
  • Human resources certification programs
  • Paralegal certificate programs
  • Nursing certificate programs
  • Computer certification programs