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Our programs are open to a global audience, and the course fee is the same for international participants as it is for U.S.-based participants. If you have questions about how to make a payment, or how your geographic location or visa status may impact participation in our programs, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
No. This certificate program is not a certification. It provides participants with a curriculum that supports more intensive study in a particular specialty area. Our certificate programs are not designed to be certifications for performance of particular jobs or tasks.
Yes, please see the program home page for information about the types of continuing education hours offered.
The evaluation should be done all at once, so give yourself enough time. Most evaluations can be completed within 5-10 minutes.
Students will need access to high-speed internet and a computer with a webcam for live Q&A sessions with the certificate leader and other participants. Instructions for accessing the course website and orientation information about course technology are provided prior to the course.
1098-T tax forms are not provided for CE programs. Participants should talk to a tax advisor to determine if there is an appropriate way to claim their CE program payments.
To enroll, you must complete the online registration form and submit your payment. You will be asked to share why you are interested in this certificate and your goals for participating in the program. Your registration is not complete until the payment is submitted.
In order for participants to complete (e.g., "pass") the certificate program, they must complete all listed requirements, which includes receiving a passing score on quizzes/post-tests and completing evaluations. The quizzes/post-tests include a few multiple-choice and true-false questions that cover the course content. The certificate itself is not graded: participants either complete or do not complete.
University of Michigan
School of Social Work
1080 South University Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1106