Certificate Options

Leadership for Personal and Social Impact Certificate

Leadership for Personal and Social Impact Certificate
  • Use design thinking and other relevant strategies
  • Students from any major or minor can complete this certificate!
  • Develop the knowledge, skills, and experiences in a wide range of opportunities.
  • Customize how you complete the courses with flexible scheduling
  • No Application Required - Talk to your Advisor!
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Personal Development for Professional Advancement Certificate

PD4PA Certificate Info
  • Build an academic foundation for success in your degree
  • Enhance your resume with hands-on learning
  • Develop soft skills for a better job immediately
  • Launching Fall 2022
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General Education, Certificate of Completion

The Certificate of Completion in General Education is comprised of the courses that are required for completion of the general education requirements at Utah Valley University. The purpose of general education at UVU is a shared academic experience that provides students with the opportunity to explore new subjects, intellectual traditions, and perspectives; expands their awareness of the wider world; and prepares them with foundational knowledge, skills, and abilities that are expanded on in their disciplines of study in order to be successful learners and professionals positioned to contribute to their broader communities.

When a student completes the requirements for the Certificate of Completion in General Education at UVU, the certificate is accepted at other USHE institutions as completing their General Education requirements. View the UVU Catalog to learn more about this certificate


Wolverines Elevated

Wolverines Elevated

Wolverines Elevated is a three-year certificate program for young adults with intellectual disabilities. The program is in its first year as a model TPSID (Transition & Postsecondary Programs for Students with Intellectual Disabilities) program, with funding from the United States Department of Education.

Who is eligible?
                                                                                                                          Individuals (age 18-25) with intellectual disabilities are welcome to apply.