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At Connecticut College, you can take your academic experience to a higher level by combining your major with a certificate program.
Academic Center Certificates
Four of the College's interdisciplinary centers offer certificates that you can combine with your major.
- Holleran Center for Community Action and Public Policy
- Toor Cummings Center for International Studies and the Liberal Arts
- Goodwin-Niering Center for the Environment
- Ammerman Center for Arts & Technology
You apply to a center in your sophomore year. Selected students earn their center certificate by completing a three-year program of coursework, a summer internship and a senior integrative project, in addition to the requirements for their major.
Museum Studies Certificate
The museum studies certificate program, open to undergraduate students from all majors, is designed to introduce students to careers in all types of museums, cultural arts centers, historical sites and houses, science centers, environmental education centers, exhibit design firms, auction houses, planetaria, aquaria, zoos and botanical gardens.
Do you want to teach? A liberal arts education complements good teacher preparation.
Connecticut College is accredited to offer teacher certification. The program is accredited by the Connecticut Department of Education and satisfies the requirements of many other states.