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This certificate program is designed to prepare students for a career in the housing industry. Students are required to take a set of complementary courses in the technology of housing, the development process, and the design and the delivery processes for housing. The minimum number of credits required is 12, with no less than six credits at the 400-level. For entrance into the certificate program, students must be at least 5th semester. The cumulative GPA considered for admission will be consistent with, or equivalent to, the GPA minimum of 2.0 for maintaining good academic standing. Students must earn a C grade or better in each of the four courses to continue with the certificate.
To earn an undergraduate certificate in HOUSING, a minimum of 12 credits is required.
CE 410 OR CE 542 OR AE 542 OR AE 432
OR ABE 462 OR REST 301 OR REST 409
Students must complete an application and choose an additional three courses from the following list: CE 410, CE/AE 542, AE 432, ABE 462, REST 301, REST 409. With the approval of the Hankin Chair, one housing-related course of at least 3 credits not included in the list of recommended additional courses (e.g., demographics, urban geography, social housing, etc.) can be substituted for one of the three additional courses. Student must be atleast fifth semester standing. The cumulative GPA considered for admissionwill be consistent with, or equivalent to, the GPA minimum of 2.0 for maintaining good academic standing.Students must earn a C grade or better in each of the four courses to continue with the certificate.
Effective Date: Fall Semester 2004
Last Revised by the Department: 11/11/2011