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Certificate Programs and Certificates of Achievement

The following certificates are offered at Rowan College South Jersey.

Certificate Programs

Certificate programs offer students a concentration of courses generally extracted from parallel degree programs. These concentrated programs give students the knowledge and skills needed for employment in related fields. Certificate programs ​typically require a maximum of 36 semester hours of instruction.

Paral​egal * (Special Admissions)
Program Goals
  • Recognize ethical issues that arise in a legal work environment and apply rules of professional conduct to resolve them
  • Apply specialized legal training to enable them to gather and analyze facts relevant to legal disputes
  • Demonstrate oral and written skills, including drafting legal documents for attorney review
  • Apply basic principles of legal research and analysis
  • Utilize time-management skills, including prioritizing various tasks, to meet deadlines
  • Demonstrate sensitivity in working with diverse groups of people

Certificates of Achievement (COA's)

Certificates of Achievement are concentrated programs offered in specialized skill areas. They are designed for students who seek to develop or enhance workplace skills. Certificates of Achievement total between 12–29 credits.  Many of the COA’s can be completed online.

*Heads Up

No new students can enter these programs effective Spring 2021: Engineering Technologies (ENT), Civil Engineering Technologies (CACE), Drafting and Design (CADD)

Last Updated: June 16, 2021​​

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The content and requirements of the program requirements may be altered at any time at the discretion of the College. The program requirements were checked for accuracy at the time of publishing but should not be considered a contract between the College and the student.