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If you're an international student or working professional with an undergraduate degree, our Evening Certificate Programs can help enhance your skills and credentials. Read more

If you're an international student or working professional with an undergraduate degree, our Evening Certificate Programs can help enhance your skills and credentials.

These certificates offer a specialization in a specific field—in business, art, design or behavioral health sciences—and practical skills that you can apply immediately.

Our certificates offer as much academic rigor as a graduate program but can be completed in less time. In addition, certificates allow you to focus on topics most relevant to your career and avoid the extra coursework required for graduate degrees. Most of our certificates can be completed within one year.

Courses are offered in evenings and on weekends in locations in San Francisco and Berkeley, communities very close to Silicon Valley's creativity and innovation. Take courses and network with U.S. professionals, and immerse yourself in California culture.

Learn how to create exciting spaces with a curriculum that combines studio courses with the study of design theory and history.

Learn how to create exciting spaces that are functional, aesthetically pleasing and sustainable. The Certificate Program in Interior Design and Interior Architecture offers a comprehensive education that combines studio courses with the study of design theory and history. It teaches you manual and digital drawing skills that allow you to communicate your ideas effectively. You learn from industry professionals who help you build a strong portfolio to start your career. The certificate also provides educational credits needed to qualify for the California Council of Interior Design Certification exam (IDEX) and the National Council for Interior Design Qualification certification exam (NCIDQ).

Begin your program at the new student orientation, where you will get an overview of the programs and meet the academic staff and other personnel. In addition, find out more details about health insurance, visa documents, traveling and other items to make your stay in the United States successful.

Courseload: 21 required courses (57 semester units) and two to four electives (4 semester units) for a total of 61 semester units

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Study abroad at UC Berkeley, the number one public university in the world. With a wide variety of study options, our diverse programs allow you to customize your learning experience—for either a semester or a full academic year. Read more

Study abroad at UC Berkeley, the number one public university in the world. With a wide variety of study options, our diverse programs allow you to customize your learning experience—for either a semester or a full academic year.

Focus your studies on specific subjects, such as business, environmental design or English literature. Or, choose the courses that most interest you with our Discover program.

Experience life as a U.S. university student with support from our international student services that connect you to all that UC Berkeley has to offer. Take advantage of this study-abroad opportunity to learn from UC Berkeley's renowned professors in a culturally diverse campus—without the complicated admissions process. Current undergraduate students and recently graduated students are eligible to apply.

For a semester or full academic year, you choose the courses that most interest you—and fit with your academic goals. Study alongside other college students while taking new and innovative classes that you wouldn't find at your home university.

Take advantage of this study-abroad opportunity to learn from UC Berkeley's renowned professors in a culturally diverse campus—without the complicated admissions process.

Outside of class, spend your free time exploring the San Francisco Bay Area and Silicon Valley, networking with your classmates and professors, participating in student groups, receiving guidance from your peer mentor, and immersing yourself in this vibrant, multicultural environment. You'll also receive academic advising and graduate school admissions support as part of your experience.

Courses:

You'll take courses both on and just outside of campus; online courses are not available. Enroll in a minimum of 2 units of UC Berkeley Extension courses and a variety of UC Berkeley courses, for a minimum of 12 units and a maximum of 18 units total of credit-bearing, in person courses. Suggested course structure: 1 or 2 UC Berkeley Extension courses + 3 or 4 UC Berkeley courses.

UC Berkeley courses— To view available courses, select the academic term, then the subject you are interested in. If you are interested in a course that appears under the "professional" category, you'll be better suited to apply to one of our tracks: business, environmental design, English literature. Otherwise, explore courses from a variety of subjects (excluding courses from the School of Law) such as:

  • Arts and Humanities
  • Engineering
  • Languages
  • Mathematics and Sciences
  • Social Sciences

UC Berkeley Extension courses:

  • TOEFL preparation
  • GRE preparation
  • English as a Second Language
  • Courses related to your major

Graduate-level courses must be approved in advance by instructors and our program director. You must meet the listed prerequisite requirements to be eligible for any course.

"I loved the beautiful scenery on campus, the kind and knowledgeable professors and the gifted students from around the globe who came together to learn at Berkeley. The opportunity to experience one of the top universities in the world was inspirational!"

—Anying Wang, BGA graduate, China



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Study abroad at UC Berkeley, the number one public university in the world. With a wide variety of study options, our diverse programs allow you to customize your learning experience—for either a semester or a full academic year. Read more

Study abroad at UC Berkeley, the number one public university in the world. With a wide variety of study options, our diverse programs allow you to customize your learning experience—for either a semester or a full academic year.

Focus your studies on specific subjects, such as business, environmental design or English literature. Or, choose the courses that most interest you with our Discover program.

Experience life as a U.S. university student with support from our international student services that connect you to all that UC Berkeley has to offer. Take advantage of this study-abroad opportunity to learn from UC Berkeley's renowned professors in a culturally diverse campus—without the complicated admissions process. Current undergraduate students and recently graduated students are eligible to apply.

Do you have prior knowledge of English, but need to improve your language skills to apply to one of our programs? Then this preparatory program is for you. You'll focus on developing your English-language and test-taking skills needed to succeed at UC Berkeley.

BGA-Start is a language program intended to be taken before participating in one of our programs or tracks, which focus on academic subjects as opposed to English language development.

Courses:

You'll take one approved UC Berkeley course and various UC Berkeley Extension courses so that you can focus on your English as a Second Language (ESL) skills and TOEFL test preparation. You'll take a minimum of 12 units and maximum of 18 units total of credit-bearing, in-person courses (online courses are not eligible). Enrollment in all courses is subject to availability.

Suggested course structure: 1 UC Berkeley course +1 TOEFL preparation course + 2 ESL courses + 1 or 2 non-language-focused Extension course(s).

  • UC Berkeley Extension courses—Recommended courses include:
  • TOEFL preparation
  • Two to three ESL courses in academic reading and writing, listening and speaking (required)
  • Courses related to major or subject of interest (optional)
  • UC Berkeley Courses—To view available courses, select the academic term and then the subject you are interested in. Upon acceptance into the program, we'll work with you to choose an appropriate UC Berkeley course that meets your English proficiency level so that you can succeed.

If you successfully complete the BGA-Start program, you will have the opportunity to join the BGA Discover program or a program track focused on a specific academic subject. You must maintain a 3.0 GPA and receive recommendations from your instructors and the Program Director before being accepted into a BGA program.

UC Berkeley undergraduate and graduate-level courses must be approved in advance. You must meet listed prerequisite requirements to be eligible for any course.



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If you're an international student or working professional with an undergraduate degree, our Evening Certificate Programs can help enhance your skills and credentials. Read more

If you're an international student or working professional with an undergraduate degree, our Evening Certificate Programs can help enhance your skills and credentials.

These certificates offer a specialization in a specific field—in business, art, design or behavioral health sciences—and practical skills that you can apply immediately.

Our certificates offer as much academic rigor as a graduate program but can be completed in less time. In addition, certificates allow you to focus on topics most relevant to your career and avoid the extra coursework required for graduate degrees. Most of our certificates can be completed within one year.

Courses are offered in evenings and on weekends in locations in San Francisco and Berkeley, communities very close to Silicon Valley's creativity and innovation. Take courses and network with U.S. professionals, and immerse yourself in California culture.

Learn to design digital products that solve business challenges and satisfy user needs.

If you're not designing your product to meet your customer's needs, somebody else will. The need for qualified, trained user experience (UX) designers is growing as businesses increasingly invest in UX design. Knowing this skill is mission-critical for success. In this program, you get the training needed to develop a portfolio and prepare to enter the field. Our instructors are experienced designers who present real-world challenges to show the theory behind UX. Learn essential user-centered design principles, interactive design techniques for multiple interfaces, prototyping software, content strategy, and decision making based on user research and user feedback. Ultimately, you learn to design digital products that solve business challenges and satisfy user needs.

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If you're an international student or working professional with an undergraduate degree, our Evening Certificate Programs can help enhance your skills and credentials. Read more

If you're an international student or working professional with an undergraduate degree, our Evening Certificate Programs can help enhance your skills and credentials.

These certificates offer a specialization in a specific field—in business, art, design or behavioral health sciences—and practical skills that you can apply immediately.

Our certificates offer as much academic rigor as a graduate program but can be completed in less time. In addition, certificates allow you to focus on topics most relevant to your career and avoid the extra coursework required for graduate degrees. Most of our certificates can be completed within one year.

Courses are offered in evenings and on weekends in locations in San Francisco and Berkeley, communities very close to Silicon Valley's creativity and innovation. Take courses and network with U.S. professionals, and immerse yourself in California culture.

Begin your program at the new student orientation, where you will get an overview of the programs and meet the academic staff and other personnel. In addition, find out more details about health insurance, visa documents, traveling and other items to make your stay in the United States successful.

Learn best practices and emerging trends in key functional areas within the human resource management field.

Learn best practices and emerging trends in key functional areas within the human resource management field, including selection and placement, compensation and benefits, labor relations and the role of the HR professional in an organizational setting.

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Applicants must submit official evidence of English-language proficiency. Sometimes exceptions to this requirement are made. Please note that the submission of language proficiency scores or other forms of verification does not guarantee acceptance into the program.



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If you're an international student or working professional with an undergraduate degree, our Evening Certificate Programs can help enhance your skills and credentials. Read more

If you're an international student or working professional with an undergraduate degree, our Evening Certificate Programs can help enhance your skills and credentials.

These certificates offer a specialization in a specific field—in business, art, design or behavioral health sciences—and practical skills that you can apply immediately.

Our certificates offer as much academic rigor as a graduate program but can be completed in less time. In addition, certificates allow you to focus on topics most relevant to your career and avoid the extra coursework required for graduate degrees. Most of our certificates can be completed within one year.

Courses are offered in evenings and on weekends in locations in San Francisco and Berkeley, communities very close to Silicon Valley's creativity and innovation. Take courses and network with U.S. professionals, and immerse yourself in California culture.

Gain a current, thorough understanding of accounting principles, reporting practices and regulatory requirements.

With an education in accounting, you are part of a field with significant potential worldwide job growth. Importantly, as new Certified Public Accountant (CPA) educational requirements and updated International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) are put into effect, the need for additional expertise to implement new and emerging global standards is crucial. To meet these evolving requirements, this accounting certificate provides you with a current, thorough understanding of accounting principles, reporting practices and regulatory requirements, all based principally upon current U.S. standards.

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If you're an international student or working professional with an undergraduate degree, our Evening Certificate Programs can help enhance your skills and credentials. Read more

If you're an international student or working professional with an undergraduate degree, our Evening Certificate Programs can help enhance your skills and credentials.

These certificates offer a specialization in a specific field—in business, art, design or behavioral health sciences—and practical skills that you can apply immediately.

Our certificates offer as much academic rigor as a graduate program but can be completed in less time. In addition, certificates allow you to focus on topics most relevant to your career and avoid the extra coursework required for graduate degrees. Most of our certificates can be completed within one year.

Courses are offered in evenings and on weekends in locations in San Francisco and Berkeley, communities very close to Silicon Valley's creativity and innovation. Take courses and network with U.S. professionals, and immerse yourself in California culture.

Take your creative ideas to the next level with rigorous studio experience, theory and critique seminars, art history courses and visual arts electives.

The Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Visual Arts provides a critical bridge between talent and skill. This exciting curriculum includes expert instruction and rigorous studio experience to help you take your creative ideas to the next level in a supportive atmosphere. It includes:

  • theory and critique seminars designed to develop creative and conceptual thinking
  • visual art history courses that integrate issues of contemporary art within a historical context
  • visual arts electives chosen from a wide array of studio courses in painting, drawing, digital photography and other media

The focus on studio practice with a conceptual and art-historical framework enables you to develop a portfolio of work for application to an M.F.A. program.

Note: This certificate begins only in the fall.

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Study abroad at UC Berkeley, the number one public university in the world. With a wide variety of study options, our diverse programs allow you to customize your learning experience—for either a semester or a full academic year. Read more

Study abroad at UC Berkeley, the number one public university in the world. With a wide variety of study options, our diverse programs allow you to customize your learning experience—for either a semester or a full academic year.

Focus your studies on specific subjects, such as business, environmental design or English literature. Or, choose the courses that most interest you with our Discover program.

Experience life as a U.S. university student with support from our international student services that connect you to all that UC Berkeley has to offer. Take advantage of this study-abroad opportunity to learn from UC Berkeley's renowned professors in a culturally diverse campus—without the complicated admissions process. Current undergraduate students and recently graduated students are eligible to apply.

Prepare to become one of tomorrow's legal innovators in a rapidly changing world.

Immigration. Copyright. Public Policy.

All facets of our life—both domestically and globally—are impacted and shaped by the various aspects of law. Learn how to become one of tomorrow's legal innovators in a rapidly changing and globalized world by taking courses in our Legal Studies major.

Join an elite cohort of students learning in a dynamic, experiential environment. You'll learn from professors who not only bring their years of experience to the classroom, but who also love to teach law. Study alongside U.S. undergraduate students who are also preparing for advanced studies in law. This unique program provides rich opportunities to study with domestic students and experience Northern California's diverse Bay Area culture.

The core curriculum focuses on U.S. law, entrepreneurship and legal change. Learn more about sample courses.

CURRICULUM

During your semester-long stay with us, you'll take two 4-unit Core Courses, a 4-unit elective from our general Legal Studies curriculum and a 1-unit course that introduces you to UC Berkeley and prepares you to be a successful student.

The Core Courses introduce you to the fundamentals of U.S. law, entrepreneurship and legal change.

Specialize your learning with an elective in business law, constitutional law, criminal law, immigration law, intellectual property law or international law. By taking an elective, you'll explore the broad impact of legal ideas and institutions through the lens of economics, history, philosophy, politics, psychology or sociology.

In each of your courses, you'll learn alongside domestic students, creating rich and vibrant conversations as you discuss each topic.

CORE COURSES

  • AMERICAN LAW AND LEGAL INSTITUTIONS
  • LAW, TECHNOLOGY AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP
  • HOW TO BERKELEY

ELECTIVES

  • FOUNDATIONS OF LEGAL STUDIES
  • THEORIES OF LAW AND SOCIETY
  • U.S. SUPREME COURT AND PUBLIC POLICY
  • PUNISHMENT, CULTURE AND SOCIETY
  • AMERICAN LEGAL AND CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY
  • PSYCHOLOGY OF DIVERSITY AND DISCRIMINATION IN AMERICAN LAW
  • IMMIGRATION AND CITIZENSHIP
  • LAW AND ECONOMICS II: GOVERNMENT AND REGULATION
  • INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS
  • COMPARATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: THE CASE OF ISRAEL
  • DEMOCRACY AND DIVERSITY
  • DATA PREDICTION AND LAW
  • GANDHI, LAW AND CIVIL RIGHTS
  • BASIC LEGAL VALUES
  • COMPARATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL LAW

* Courses subject to change.

THAT'S BERKELEY

Imagine yourself living in Berkeley, California, and learning from some of the most preeminent legal minds in the world.

You'll be spending a lot of time inside the classroom learning exciting new subjects and outside of the classroom studying. But we want to make sure that you have time to experience Berkeley and San Francisco Bay Area life to its fullest. Take advantage of various co-curricular activities for a fully immersive learning experience on the Berkeley campus.

Take part in activities such as:

  • Graduate school admission workshops
  • Cohort lunches
  • Immersive California trips
  • Visits from Bay Area and national private law firms and public-interest law organizations
  • Networking events hosted by Berkeley Pre-Law Society
  • Career-advising programs


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Study abroad at UC Berkeley, the number one public university in the world. With a wide variety of study options, our diverse programs allow you to customize your learning experience—for either a semester or a full academic year. Read more

Study abroad at UC Berkeley, the number one public university in the world. With a wide variety of study options, our diverse programs allow you to customize your learning experience—for either a semester or a full academic year.

Focus your studies on specific subjects, such as business, environmental design or English literature. Or, choose the courses that most interest you with our Discover program.

Experience life as a U.S. university student with support from our international student services that connect you to all that UC Berkeley has to offer. Take advantage of this study-abroad opportunity to learn from UC Berkeley's renowned professors in a culturally diverse campus—without the complicated admissions process. Current undergraduate students and recently graduated students are eligible to apply.

Join an elite cohort of students learning in a dynamic, experiential environment with UC Berkeley Haas School of Business faculty.

This unique program provides access to Berkeley Haas' top-notch faculty, courses and networks within the innovative ecosystem of the Bay Area and Silicon Valley.

Through the Berkeley Haas Global Access Program (BHGAP), top-qualifying international students from both business and non-business backgrounds gain the knowledge, skills and connections necessary to excel as tomorrow's innovators and global leaders. Put your new education to practical use with an internship and apply for Optional Practical Training (OPT).

The core curriculum emphasizes entrepreneurship, product launch and transformative leadership in digital and global markets. Learn more about your courses, internship and OPT options.

The Undergraduate Business Program at Berkeley Haas is ranked #1 in the United States in return on investment for its graduates by payscale.com .

The Undergraduate Business Program at Berkeley Haas is ranked #2 in the United States for 2017 by U.S. News .

UC Berkeley is ranked the #3 university in the world in 2016 by the Shanghai Ranking Consultancy .



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If you're an international student or working professional with an undergraduate degree, our Evening Certificate Programs can help enhance your skills and credentials. Read more

If you're an international student or working professional with an undergraduate degree, our Evening Certificate Programs can help enhance your skills and credentials.

These certificates offer a specialization in a specific field—in business, art, design or behavioral health sciences—and practical skills that you can apply immediately.

Our certificates offer as much academic rigor as a graduate program but can be completed in less time. In addition, certificates allow you to focus on topics most relevant to your career and avoid the extra coursework required for graduate degrees. Most of our certificates can be completed within one year.

Courses are offered in evenings and on weekends in locations in San Francisco and Berkeley, communities very close to Silicon Valley's creativity and innovation. Take courses and network with U.S. professionals, and immerse yourself in California culture.

Complete undergraduate prerequisites or become a more competitive candidate for graduate or professional school in counseling and psychology.

Career and self-fulfillment opportunities are rewarding and plentiful in the health and helping professions: counseling, psychotherapy, social work, clinical psychology, psychiatric nursing and health education. The Preparatory Program for Counseling and Psychology Professions is ideal if you are a career changer who needs to complete undergraduate course prerequisites or if you want to gain a deeper understanding of the counseling and psychology field. The curriculum comprises a range of upper-division psychology courses that are required or strongly recommended for professional or graduate school admission and for careers in social work, counseling and psychology.

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Study abroad at UC Berkeley, the number one public university in the world. With a wide variety of study options, our diverse programs allow you to customize your learning experience—for either a semester or a full academic year. Read more

Study abroad at UC Berkeley, the number one public university in the world. With a wide variety of study options, our diverse programs allow you to customize your learning experience—for either a semester or a full academic year.

Focus your studies on specific subjects, such as business, environmental design or English literature. Or, choose the courses that most interest you with our Discover program.

Experience life as a U.S. university student with support from our international student services that connect you to all that UC Berkeley has to offer. Take advantage of this study-abroad opportunity to learn from UC Berkeley's renowned professors in a culturally diverse campus—without the complicated admissions process. Current undergraduate students and recently graduated students are eligible to apply.

The Berkeley College of Environmental Design's Global Access Program (CED-GAP) provides unique access to top-notch Berkeley faculty, courses and networks within the innovation ecosystem of the Bay Area and Silicon Valley. Through CED-GAP, qualifying international students gain the knowledge, skills and connections necessary to excel as innovators and thought leaders in the fields that encompass sustainable environmental design. Built for both design majors (architects and landscape architects) as well as students seeking a broader understanding of the built environment, the core curriculum emphasizes sustainability, design, innovation, social equity and the history of cities and landscapes. A key program feature for design majors is the opportunity to take an integrated design studio, while non-design majors enjoy a broad range of classes from across the College.

In addition to a formal course of study, CED-GAP students are integrated into the San Francisco Bay Area through field trips, site visits to museums, firm visits and college activities - these might include public lectures, symposia, clubs, social events and conferences.  While at Berkeley, CED-GAP students also have an opportunity to explore their own professional development, learn about graduate school admissions, participate in cohort lunches and explore California through field trips that combine experiential education and fun.

Students take 4 courses (12-15 units) per semester. Upon completion, students will receive a transcript from the University of California, Berkeley Extension and a Certificate of Completion from Berkeley’s College of Environmental Design. Programs may also be customized to meet curricular needs of students. 

Apply online for the CED Global Access Program



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If you're an international student or working professional with an undergraduate degree, our Evening Certificate Programs can help enhance your skills and credentials. Read more

If you're an international student or working professional with an undergraduate degree, our Evening Certificate Programs can help enhance your skills and credentials.

These certificates offer a specialization in a specific field—in business, art, design or behavioral health sciences—and practical skills that you can apply immediately.

Our certificates offer as much academic rigor as a graduate program but can be completed in less time. In addition, certificates allow you to focus on topics most relevant to your career and avoid the extra coursework required for graduate degrees. Most of our certificates can be completed within one year.

Courses are offered in evenings and on weekends in locations in San Francisco and Berkeley, communities very close to Silicon Valley's creativity and innovation. Take courses and network with U.S. professionals, and immerse yourself in California culture.

Develop a practical understanding of business administration and its context, purpose and underlying functional areas.

Learn to develop a broad-based, practical understanding of a business entity's purpose; practices; and underlying functional areas of accounting, economics, finance, marketing and management. Whether you're an entrepreneur, a new business manager or a professional seeking a career transition, you learn the materials and techniques that are consistent with modern principles and best practices, as well as knowledge and skills that you can apply immediately.

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If you're an international student or working professional with an undergraduate degree, our Evening Certificate Programs can help enhance your skills and credentials. Read more

If you're an international student or working professional with an undergraduate degree, our Evening Certificate Programs can help enhance your skills and credentials.

These certificates offer a specialization in a specific field—in business, art, design or behavioral health sciences—and practical skills that you can apply immediately.

Our certificates offer as much academic rigor as a graduate program but can be completed in less time. In addition, certificates allow you to focus on topics most relevant to your career and avoid the extra coursework required for graduate degrees. Most of our certificates can be completed within one year.

Courses are offered in evenings and on weekends in locations in San Francisco and Berkeley, communities very close to Silicon Valley's creativity and innovation. Take courses and network with U.S. professionals, and immerse yourself in California culture.

Learn to interpret financial results and leverage predictive tools to guide action plans, forecasts and strategies for maximum performance.

Learn to guide your employer's company to successful growth using the latest analytics. Interpret financial results and use predictive tools to guide action plans, forecasts and strategies for maximum performance. You also examine the latest analytical techniques that industry executives use to shape their companies' future plans. Further instruction enables you to pursue a concentration in either accounting or planning.

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If you're an international student or working professional with an undergraduate degree, our Evening Certificate Programs can help enhance your skills and credentials. Read more

If you're an international student or working professional with an undergraduate degree, our Evening Certificate Programs can help enhance your skills and credentials.

These certificates offer a specialization in a specific field—in business, art, design or behavioral health sciences—and practical skills that you can apply immediately.

Our certificates offer as much academic rigor as a graduate program but can be completed in less time. In addition, certificates allow you to focus on topics most relevant to your career and avoid the extra coursework required for graduate degrees. Most of our certificates can be completed within one year.

Courses are offered in evenings and on weekends in locations in San Francisco and Berkeley, communities very close to Silicon Valley's creativity and innovation. Take courses and network with U.S. professionals, and immerse yourself in California culture.

Study timeless design principles and gain an appreciation of historical and current design trends to build a comprehensive portfolio and advance in the field.

Graphic design shapes the visual and social culture. The fundamentals of graphic design—exciting ideas, effective communication and historical context—are essential to everyone working in the field. In the Professional Program in Graphic Design, you study timeless design principles and gain an appreciation of historical and current design trends. Learn from industry professionals to build a comprehensive portfolio and advance in the field.

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If you're an international student or working professional with an undergraduate degree, our Evening Certificate Programs can help enhance your skills and credentials. Read more

If you're an international student or working professional with an undergraduate degree, our Evening Certificate Programs can help enhance your skills and credentials.

These certificates offer a specialization in a specific field—in business, art, design or behavioral health sciences—and practical skills that you can apply immediately.

Our certificates offer as much academic rigor as a graduate program but can be completed in less time. In addition, certificates allow you to focus on topics most relevant to your career and avoid the extra coursework required for graduate degrees. Most of our certificates can be completed within one year.

Courses are offered in evenings and on weekends in locations in San Francisco and Berkeley, communities very close to Silicon Valley's creativity and innovation. Take courses and network with U.S. professionals, and immerse yourself in California culture.

Gain in-depth knowledge of marketing concepts and techniques, including research, planning, strategy, analytics, social media and more.

With the Certificate Program in Marketing, you gain crucial skills and a credential to advance your career. You're ready to contribute more to your organization or take on a new professional role. You're also equipped with in-depth knowledge of the latest marketing concepts and techniques in less time and at less cost than a master's degree requires. Get an overview with courses on marketing research and planning, strategic marketing, analytics and metrics, and emerging trends in social media and other innovative technologies.

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