Catholic University's Metropolitan School of Professional Studies (MSPS) offers career-oriented certificate programs, which provide the ideal option for working adults wanting to gain professional knowledge and an academic credential in a short time frame.

Certificate programs in Human Services and IT count towards undergraduate college credit and apply directly to one of our bachelor's degree programs. Spanish For Healthcare Professionals is a non-credit CEU program. Click below for details.

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    Human Services Administration

    The Human Services Administration Certificate is an excellent opportunity for students who wish to boost the critical skills essential for practice in community and social assistance roles and obtain a targeted credential in the social/human services field.

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    Information Technology

    This certificate program provides an ideal education to those interested in developing a career in information technology, or to those who just want to become familiar with the technology available to, and used by, organizations.

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    SHRM Certified Professional (SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP)

    The SHRM learning system helps prepare working adults to sit for examinations leading to professional designations. Establish yourself as a globally-recognized HR expert by earning the new standard in human resource certification: SHRM Certified Professional (SHRM-CP) and SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP).

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    Spanish for Health Care Professionals Certificate

    The Spanish for Health Care Professionals (SHP) Certificate is a specialized online program designed to improve working knowledge of medical Spanish and cultural awareness. The 4-course online program is geared toward current and future health professionals with basic to no Spanish language background.

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    Paralegal Studies Certificate

    The primary concern of a paralegal education program is to develop professional competence, which requires both general education and legal specialty course work. The Paralegal Studies Certificate (PSC) program will be taught in-person.

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