The FASH 666 Special Problem serves as a capstone experience whereby
students integrate their learning across the courses of the certificate.
This course is taken upon completing at least seven credits required
for the certificate program. Students work under the direction of one
of the teaching instructors on individual study, experiential learning
(e.g., group travel, internship, service learning), or research with the
To be successful in the
program, prospective students need to be able to express themselves
clearly in written English as there are readings, written assignments,
and discussions with the instructor and other classmates.
If the certificate program participant only holds an undergraduate
degree, it is recommended that he/she take the certificate program
courses for a letter grade (A, B, etc.), so that, if at a later date the
participant elects to pursue a graduate degree, these graduate courses
may be transferable into that degree program. If the certificate program
participant already holds a graduate degree and does not intend to use
the courses toward any future degree program, then the participant may
elect to take the courses Pass/Fail, still earning graduate credits; but
those ungraded credits are unlikely to be transferable into a graduate
Students pursuing the certificate
will normally enroll in three to six courses toward the graduate
certificate per academic semester. Students not maintaining at least a
3.0 GPA in the graduate certificate courses or who do not enroll in at
least one required course for two consecutive academic semesters (Fall
and Spring) will be asked to withdraw from the program.
To earn the graduate certificate, students must receive a grade of Pass/B- or better in each course.
To plan your Graduate Certificate Program in Socially Responsible and Sustainable Apparel Business, contact Marsha Dickson email@example.com.
Information about registering for courses, as well as tuition and fees is available at UD Online.