Mount Allison offers undergraduate certificates that can be taken as part of your degree program.

Undergraduate certificates highlight knowledge or competencies in a particular area.

Each is built around a theme and requires you to complete 12-18 credits in specific disciplines.

Certificates must be taken at the same time as your Mount Allison degree and must be combined with a major/degree program.

Free-standing certificates are not available at this time.

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Certificate in Theatre Arts

Certificates are open to all Mount Allison students in any program.

Biopsychology

The Certificate in Biopsychology includes courses in biology and psychology and provides students with foundational knowledge about the physiological basis for behaviour.

For more details, visit our Academic Calendar — Certificates Programs.

Canadian Arts and Culture

The Certificate in Canadian Arts and Culture invites students to experience and analyze different kinds of creative production, including music, theatre, literature, and visual art, made in Canada.

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Community Engaged Learning

The Certificate in Community Engaged Learning introduces ideas of community, the theory and practice of community engaged learning, and critical pedagogies and provides an opportunity to work in a sustained way with a community partner.

For more details, visit our Academic Calendar — Certificates Programs.

Data Analytics

The Certificate in Data Analytics covers conceptual approaches to analyses of large-scale data.

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Data Management

The Certificate in Data Management covers the theory, ethics, and practice of managing and presenting large data resources.

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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

The Certificate in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion examines how the principles of equity can be effectively incorporated into policies and practices to help achieve fair, inclusive, and respectful treatment of all people and reviews historical and contemporary injustices and disadvantages that particular groups face.

For more details, visit our Academic Calendar — Certificates Programs.

Foundations of Health

The Certificate in Foundations of Health provides students with foundational knowledge about the biological and psychosocial bases of health and health care.

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Social Research Methodologies

The Certificate in Social Research Methodologies focuses on the understanding and application of the social science research methods most commonly used in the public and private sectors.

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Theatre Arts

The Certificate in Theatre Arts focuses on the practical aspects of theatre and drama and highlights synthesis and practical application of many facets of theatre arts.

For more details, visit our Academic Calendar — Certificates Programs.

Visual Literacy and Culture

The Certificate in Visual Literacy and Culture is intended to assist you in developing visual literacy skills — decoding visual communication, describing and interpreting images, using visual materials proficiently and creatively, and understanding the impact of visual culture.

For more details, visit our Academic Calendar — Certificates Programs.

 

Biopsychology class

 

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