Trident University International also offers stand-alone certificates to provide post baccalaureate graduate students expanded knowledge in a specific field of study. Certificates do not qualify for Title IV federal financial aid and must be applied for separate from any degree program or concentration. Certificates are offered through their respective degree programs. An earned bachelors degree is required for enrollment in any graduate certificate course.
Graduate certificates require four courses (16 credits) or six courses (24 credits), depending on the specific certificate, and include programs such as:
Conflict Resolution Management
Emergency and Disaster Management
Emergency and Disaster Management - Logistics
Health Care Quality Assurance
Human Resource Management
Information Assurance and Cybersecurity Management
Instructional Systems Specialist
Supply Chain Management
See the Trident Catalog for full descriptions of all graduate certificate course offerings.
Tuition and Fees
Tuition cost for the graduate certificate program:
Retired Military / Veteran / And Their Immediate Family Members
Military & Immediate Family Members / Department of Defense Federal Civilian Employees
*Assumes no transfer credit and that student in a 36 credit program enrolls in an average of 18 credits per year for 2 years.
Books and Supplies: $0
Bounced Check Fee: $30
Diploma Copy: $30 (optional)
Food, Housing, and Transportation: N/A
Graduation Fee: $150
Official Transcript: $10 (rush fee $35)
Other Expedited Shipping Fees: varies based on region
Payment Plan Set-up: $35-$55 (non-refundable)
Student ID Card: $10 (optional)
Technology Fee: $0
Other fees may apply and are subject to change without advance notice.
Trident University International is part of the American InterContinental University System, which is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (hlcommission.org), a regional accreditation agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.