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            Certificate Programs

            Rhode Island College盛世彩票登录 offers a variety of certificate programs designed to meet the needs of students, community members, and professionals. Programs range from entry-level workforce development and job skills training through undergraduate and graduate studies.

            FINANCIAL AID: RIC certificate programs eligible for federal financial aid are identified below. Please contact the Office of Financial Aid for additional information.

            Certificate of Undergraduate Studies (CUS)

            CUS programs are primarily for undergraduate-level students, where the certificate components consist mostly of Rhode Island College盛世彩票登录 undergraduate-level courses. Admission and retention requirements are significant. These certificates typically provide applied academic and/or professional training.

            Certificate in Social and Human Service Assistance
            Contact: Dawne Pezzuco
            401-456-8698
            dpezzuco@盛世彩票ss555
            Eligible for federal financial aid

            Gerontology
            Contact: Rachel Filinson
            401-456-8732
            rfilinson@盛世彩票ss555

            Public History
            Contact: Erik Christiansen
            401-456-8039
            echristiansen@盛世彩票ss555

            International Non-Governmental Organizations Studies (INGOS)
            Contact: Robyn Linde
            401-456-8278
            rlinde@盛世彩票ss555

            Nonprofit Studies
            Contact: Michael Andrade
            mandrade@盛世彩票ss555
            Eligible for federal financial aid

            College盛世彩票登录 and Career Attainment
            Contact: Claire Rosenbaum
            crosenbaum@盛世彩票ss555
            Eligible for federal financial aid

            World Languages Education:​
            French, Italian, Portuguese or Spanish
            Contact: Erin Papa
            401-456-8601
            epapa@盛世彩票ss555

            Biology Education
            Chemistry Education
            General Science Education
            Physics Education
            Contact: Rudolf Kraus
            401-456-8996
            rkraus@盛世彩票ss555

            Certificate of Graduate Studies (CGS)

            CGS programs are primarily for post-baccalaureate-level students, where the certificate components consist mostly of Rhode Island College盛世彩票登录 graduate-level courses. Admission and retention requirements are extensive. These certificates typically provide advanced applied academic and/or professional training.

            Advanced Counseling

            (Federal financial aid available)*

            This CGS enables students who already have a Master's degree, which is fewer than 60 credits, to obtain 60 credits needed for licensure as a mental health counselor in the state of Rhode Island. Students will be able to take from 15-27 credits depending upon the number of credits they need for licensure. Core courses in counseling practica and internship (a total of 12 credits) will be required of all CGS candidates. Other credits are determined based on the needs of the candidate.

            Contact: Monica Darcy
            401-456-8023

            mdarcy@盛世彩票ss555


            Advanced Study of Creative Writing

            (Federal financial aid available)*

            This program has been developed for those from various disciplines and backgrounds who wish to pursue creative writing in a structured environment.  The CGS serves as a credential of extended study in fiction, poetry, or literary nonfiction writing, a valuable asset in many fields. Credits earned may be applied to the M.A. should students wish to apply for and be accepted into the M.A. program.

            Contact: Mark Anderson
            401-456-4648
            manderson@盛世彩票ss555


            Advanced Study of Literature

            (Federal financial aid available)*

            This program enables students to pursue the study of literature on an advanced, graduate level. Courses can be applied towards the Masters degree if students are admitted to the Masters program later. The certificate may be particularly useful to high 盛世彩票 teachers seeking a credential to teach college-credit English courses.

            Contact: Magdalena Ostas
            401-456-8678

            mostas@盛世彩票ss555


            Autism Education

            (Federal financial aid available)*

            Increases in the incidence of autism in Rhode Island has created the need to extend the learning opportunities for 盛世彩票 professionals (teachers and related service personnel) to further develop their knowledge and skills in effective practices that support learning for students with autism.

            Contact: Paul LaCava
            401-456-9703

            placava@盛世彩票ss555


            Childhood and Adolescent Trauma​

            The C.G.S. is open to all second year MSW students and those who have earned the MSW or Masters in Counseling and are interested in gaining knowledge and skills in trauma-informed, evidence-based practice with children and adolescents. Enrolled students will have to earn 18 credits in courses that are intended to enhance their understanding of the nature of a traumatic experience from a child’s perspective and explore the ways in which trauma influences the child and family. Included in the array of courses is a field experience and a clinical evaluation class. The curriculum is supported by evidence-based research under the auspices of National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN).

            Contact: Daniel Harvey
            401-456-8761

            dharvey@盛世彩票ss555


            Financial Planning

            (Federal financial aid available)*

            The C.G.S. in financial planning is a program of 18 credit hours (6 courses) that prepares candidates to sit for the CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ without having to complete a master's program. Completion of the required course work meets CFP Board’s requirements for eligibility.

            Contact: Sean Cote
            401-456-9028

            scote@盛世彩票ss555


            Historical Studies

            The Certificate of Graduate Studies in Historical Studies provides advanced studies in History and allows students to follow an American, Western, non-Western or World focus.  It affords both flexibility and the opportunity to concentrate in a particular area.

            Contact: Ron Dufour
            401-456-9784

            rdufour@盛世彩票ss555


            Mathematics Content Specialist: Elementary

            (Federal financial aid available)*

            Designed to facilitate the professional improvement of teachers of mathematics in elementary 盛世彩票s, this 15 credit program (5 courses) covers four topic areas.  It aligns with the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, the Rhode Island Mathematics Standards (GLEs/GSEs) and the Common Core State Standards for mathematics (CCSS).  Each course delves into the conceptual and computational understanding of mathematics and provides the elementary 盛世彩票 teacher a deeper understanding of the mathematics content they instruct.

            Contact: Donna Christy
            401-456-8038

            dchristy@盛世彩票ss555


            Middle-Level Education

            This program meets RIDE middle grades certification and consists of advanced graduate study and practicum training for students with an undergraduate degree and either elementary or secondary teaching certificate.

            Contact: Brittany Richer, MLED Coordinator
            401-456-8170

            bricher@盛世彩票ss555


            Modern Biological Sciences

            (Federal financial aid available)*

            This curriculum provides for advanced study of the biological sciences and their application in the laboratory.  Designed to be completed in one year of full-time study, the program consists of 15-17 credit hours that include required and elective graduate-level course work as well as research experience.

            Contact: Deborah Britt
            401-456-8705

            dbritt@盛世彩票ss555


            Nonprofit Studies

            Certificate of Graduate Study (CGS) in Nonprofit Studies is designed to strengthen leadership and analytical skills for current and future leaders of nonprofit organizations. The program will afford students key competency skills in nonprofit management areas including, but not limited to, fundraising, strategic planning, personnel, finance and governance.

            Contact: Michael Andrade
            401-456-8864

            mandrade@盛世彩票ss555


            Nursing Care Management

            (Federal financial aid available)*

            The Nursing Care Management Certificate of Graduate Studies (CGS) has been designed to meet a rapidly emerging need in health care, that of preparing nurses for nurse care/case manager positions across health care settings

            Contact: Jean Schwager
            401-456-9508

            jschwager@盛世彩票ss555


            Physical Education

            (Federal financial aid available)*

            This CGS introduces students to advanced studies in current trends and topics in Physical Education.  The program provides students with tools to adjust current physical education 盛世彩票 programs to meet the needs of today's children and their community.  It serves to increase a student's marketability and enhance teaching techniques based on theory.

            Contact: Robin Kirkwood Auld
            401-456-8880

            rauld@盛世彩票ss555


            Public History

            Designed for students with an undergraduate background in History and/or workplace experience in the field, this 15 credit CGS provides an introduction to graduate study in History, and intensive training in the practical application, scope, methodologies and procedures of public history.

            Contact: Ronald Dufour
            456-9784

            rdufour@盛世彩票ss555


            Severe Intellectual Disabilities

            This cohort-based program offers teachers who are currently certified as a teacher of students with mild/moderate disabilities an extension of their skills to the skills, knowledge and perspectives they need to effectively support students with severe and complex disabilities. It provides an accelerated path to teacher certification in Severe Intellectual Disabilities.

            Contact: Susan Dell
            456-8557

            sdell@盛世彩票ss555

            Certificate of Continuing Studies (CCS)

            CCS programs are primarily for non-degree students, where the certificate components consist primarily of courses and/or workshops earning credits not associated with undergraduate or graduate programs at Rhode Island College盛世彩票登录, such as continuing education units (CEUs), college Outreach Program credit, etc. Admission and retention requirements for most CCS programs are minimal. These certificates typically provide professional development, vocational training, or personal enrichment.

            Program Title Contact Information Department
            Behavioral Health Training Tonya Glantz, Director
            Institute for Education in Healthcare
            401-456-4626
            tglantz@盛世彩票ss555
            Institute for Education in Healthcare
            www./IEH
            Bookkeeping and Accounting Training Nancy Miller, Training Coordinator
            Adult Education and Workforce Development
            401-456-8928 
            nmiller@盛世彩票ss555
            Institute for Education in Healthcare
            www./IEH
            Certificate of Continuing Education in Interdisciplinary Studies for Assessment and Treatment of Trauma Daniel Harvey, Director
            School of Social Work
            401-456-8761
            dharvey@盛世彩票ss555
            School of Social Work
            www./socialwork
            Clinical Issues in Adoption and Foster Care Hafida Zerouali
            Coordinator of Continuing Education in Social Work
            401-456-2753
            afcc@盛世彩票ss555
            School of Social Work
            www./SocialWork​
            English as a Second Language and Computer Assisted English Language Learning Nancy Miller, Training Coordinator
            Adult Education and Workforce Development
            401-456-8928 
            nmiller@盛世彩票ss555
            Professional Studies and Continuing Education
            www./psce
            Foundations in Community Health Worker Training Sarah R. Lawrence, Director
            Community Health Worker Association of Rhode Island
            401-456-9039
            Institute for Education in Healthcare
            www./IEH
            Leadership Development for Healthcare Professionals Tonya Glantz, Director
            Institute for Education in Healthcare
            401-456-4626
            tglantz@盛世彩票ss555
            Institute for Education in Healthcare
            www./IEH
            Medical Assistant Training Nancy Miller, Training Coordinator
            Adult Education and Workforce Development
            401-456-8928
            nmiller@盛世彩票ss555
            Professional Studies and Continuing Education
            www./psce
            Navigating for Success Joise Garzon, Director
            Learning for Life (L4L)
            401-456-6320
            jgarzon@盛世彩票ss555
            Learning for Life (L4L) and School of Social Work
            www./learningforlife
            Working With and Supporting Older Adults for Direct Service Workers Training Tonya Glantz, Director
            Institute for Education in Healthcare
            401-456-4626
            tglantz@盛世彩票ss555
            Institute for Education in Healthcare
            www./IEH

            The following certificate programs are offered by the :

            • ESL English as a Second Language and Computer Assisted English Language Learning (CAELL)
            • Green Business
            • Training Responsible Adults to be Bookkeeping and Accounting Clerks (TRABAC / TRABAC PLUS)
            • Training Responsible Adults Insurance Technicians (TRAIT)
            • Training Responsible Adults as Medical Assistants (TRAMA / TRAMA PLUS)​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

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