This page lists all of the certificates that are currently available in ECo or through our faculty.
Offshore Wind Professional Certificate
The Department of Environmental Conservation, in association with the Clean Energy Extension, is offering a graduate-level professional certificate in offshore wind to professionals and graduate students seeking to up-skill and broaden their knowledge to address the needs of the offshore wind industry. This certificate covers the broad range of disciplines involved in this industry, including technology and engineering, development and finance, environmental impact and stakeholder engagement, supply chain management and business logistics, law, and policy. The certificate provides 9 credits of coursework, and is designed to be completed in one year and through online courses.
Geographic Information Science and Technology
The undergraduate certificate in Geographic Information Science and Technology provides students with a background in the science, techniques, and application of geographical methods and techniques, enabling them to embark on public and private sector careers or to undertake further studies in geography and other fields. Through exposure to spatial analysis, remote sensing technologies, cartography, and other methods of interfacing with spatial data, students will gain knowledge, skills, and practices beneficial to whatever undergraduate degree they’re pursuing.
Sustainable Building Construction
The BCT program is offering a graduate certificate in sustainable building construction to professionals seeking an opportunity to pursue in-depth studies in sustainability in building design and construction without needing to complete a full degree program. This certificate’s topics are comprised of sustainable (green) building systems and materials, energy and conservation, building technologies, and construction management. 16 credits of coursework can be completed through a combination of in-person and online courses, with in-person courses offered in Amherst, Newton (on our Mount Ida campus) or both.