Graduate Certificate of Study in Complex Systems
At UVM, we offer a Certificate of Graduate Study in Complex Systems as a complement to graduate degrees across campus, or as a stand-alone post-baccalaureate Graduate Certificate.
In complex physical, biological, social and engineered systems, the self-organizing dynamics of interacting entities (be they molecules, cells, genes, bacteria, plants, birds, humans, nanobots, electrical substations, etc.) give rise to emergent system properties (such as consciousness, cancer, global warming, societies, etc.). Fortunately, many essential properties of such systems may be studied, modeled and understood using similar approaches, regardless of the application domain.
Learning these cutting-edge complex systems approaches can help you move to the forefront of your field and stand out when competing in a tough job market.
No Certificates of Graduate Study will be awarded retrospectively — no more than 3 courses completed prior to acceptance into a certificate program can count towards a Certificate. Confirmation that a Certificate of Graduate Study has been completed will be indicated on a student’s transcript. Students will also receive a paper certificate.
If English is not the applicant’s first language, the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or International English Language Testing System (IELTS) score is required. UVM requires a minimum band IELTS score of 6.5. and 7.0 for funding. For TOEFL see scores see attached chart. For information about test dates and sites for TOEFL, contact TOEFL ; and for IELTS, contact IELTS . If an international student has attended a U.S. institution for three or more years, the Office of Admissions may waive the requirement for TOEFL or IELTS scores on a case-by-case basis.
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Last updated February 2, 2016