Valparaiso University offers certificates in several fields. These stand-alone programs typically range from 15 to 30 credits. Each is designed to serve the needs of a specific professional audience and as such each has its own admission requirements. Certificate students may not be seeking a degree at Valparaiso University and are limited to eleven credits per semester (seven during each summer session).
The Office of Continuing Education has partnered with Dalton Education to offer this online, asynchronous program. This non-credit certificate program will introduce you step-by-step to the legal fundamentals to build your foundation as a legal professional. Once you have a solid foundation, then you will develop the practical skills that make paralegal professionals a valued member of any legal team.
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Communication and Information Management
Understanding technology and its usage is critical to many professions, and demand for knowledge in this field continues to increase rapidly. To stay competitive, business, industry, government, and non-profits must hire and retain a labor force that can work creatively and efficiently with technology. At the same time, workers must be able to show present or potential employers current credentials in technical skills. To meet these and other needs, Valparaiso University Continuing Education offers the Communication and Information Management certificate program.