Certificates Available to Whitman School Students
Whitman is home to the Certificate of Advanced Study in Sustainable Enterprise (CASSE), open to students from a range of disciplines. The certificate is an outcome of unique collaboration to provide curricula, outreach and research on sustainable enterprise with the Whitman School, SUNY-ESF, Syracuse University's College of Engineering and the Syracuse Center of Excellence.
Certificate in Health Services and Management Policy: The Maxwell School of Citzenship and Public Affairs– in association with the David B. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics, The College of Law, the College of Engineering and Computer Science and the Whitman School of Management – offers a dynamic and practical program to prepare individuals to assume positions of leadership in health services management and policy settings.
Certificate in Advanced Study in Technology Law & Entrepreneurship (CASTLE): In partnership with the College of Law is a new Certificate of Advanced Study in Technology Law & Entrepreneurship (CASTLE). This program leverages areas of strength at each of the schools that equip students with an advanced, marketable designation as they seek careers at the intersection of law, business management and technology.
The CASTLE curriculum consists of a minimum of 12 credits, including a foundational course in entrepreneurship offered at Whitman and an applied capstone course offered at the College of Law through its Innovation Law Center (ILC). The ILC offers a unique, interdisciplinary experiential learning program for students interested in the commercial development of new technologies.