Can I apply my military benefits toward the program tuition?
How many credit hours are required to complete the program?
What is the cost per credit hour?
What is the total cost of the Online Graduate Certificate in Addiction and Recovery program?
Is financial aid available?
Do students have to login at specific times of the day or a certain number of times each week?
How quickly can the program be completed?
What is the lecture format? Do the courses have video or audio lectures, or other interactive pieces?
Do courses need to be completed in a certain order?
Who should enroll in this program?
How can I apply the Graduate Certificate in Addiction & Recovery to my current career?
Where can I get more information about professional certification and reciprocity?
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Does UF accept international students?
Do students have online access to the UF library?
What special services do you offer online students?
Does the University of Florida offer technical support for online students?
What is your online learning center platform?
Can I take individual courses without enrolling in the certificate program?
Yes. Students can take up to two courses before deciding to enroll in the certificate. Please note the following:
- Grades earned while not enrolled in the certificate will appear on a student’s transcript, but will not count toward a certificate or degree until the student is specifically admitted to a certificate or degree program.
- No more than six credits taken without being enrolled in the certificate can be applied to the certificate later. This is an important point to note if you plan to enroll in the certificate or a degree program later.
- Credits earned while not enrolled in the certificate can be applied later to the certificate only if the courses taken are required for the certificate, and if students earn a B or higher in those courses.
To learn more about the University of Florida’s online Graduate Certificate in Addiction and Recovery, fill out the form below. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org.