College of Safety and Emergency Services
Columbia Southern University’s certificates are designed to serve the need of matriculated and non-matriculated students interested in developing specific skills and knowledge for personal and/or professional development in their field of study. Certificates are usually credit based, taught by full and part time faculty, depending on the skill, experience, licensing, or certificate required. Certificates normally align with existing curricula and are offered at the Undergraduate and Graduate level.
Note: Certificate programs are not eligible for Federal Student Aid.
Students complete four undergraduate courses (12 semester hours) to earn an undergraduate certificate.
Students select four graduate courses (12 semester hours) to earn a graduate level certificate.
This certificate program will provide students with the ability to apply key environmental concepts in their jobs presented in their chosen course of study. Upon completion of certificate requirements, (1) students will be able to apply key environmental concepts to a variety of disciplines; (2) students will be able to analyze effective fire prevention methods utilized in fire science organizations and the community.
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This certificate program will provide students with the ability to apply advanced environmental concepts. Upon completion of certificate requirements, students will be able to apply advanced environmental concepts in the workplace related to waste management, pollution prevention, and air quality.