Graduate Certificate Programs
Prof. Ramon Mata-Toledo
The MS/Computer Science program offers several graduate certificate programs, which provide working professionals and students from other disciplines a chance to learn in-depth about a specific topic without completing the entire MS curriculum.
These programs are available to all JMU graduate students and to the general public. Course credit earned through these certificate programs can also be used towards earning an MS degree later.
Prerequisites for the certificate programs generally include a baccalaureate degree and working knowledge of computer systems. See the specific program listings for details.
Though multiple certificates may be earned, no more than one course may be used toward multiple certificates.
Please contact the Certificate Coordinator if you would like more information.
Admission Requirements and Process
Prerequisites for each certificate are listed with the individual certificate description. If you are not sure whether or not your own background meets the prerequisites, please contact the Certificate Coordinator , who will be happy to advise you.
To apply for admission to a graduate certificate program, visit https://www.applyweb.com/apply/jmucess/, create a user account if you haven't already done so, and then select "Certificate Program Application".
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