The CAS Certificate provides students with academic inquiry into:
Benefits to students
Benefits to UWM faculty, staff, and researchers
In partnership with the Youth Work Learning Center, the CAS Certificate Program can facilitate collaboration between the many faculty and academic staff members who have an interest in the study of children and adolescents. The CAS Certificate Program can also forge additional ties to community agencies that work with children and adolescents, which would increase research collaborations between UWM and these agencies. Such collaborations strengthen both teaching quality and research productivity, and enhance community service.
How do I sign up?
Contact the Program Coordinator, Dr. Mary Ann Czarnezki (firstname.lastname@example.org), to set up an appointment and plan your course of study. Please bring a copy of your transcript to the meeting and familiarize yourself with the program requirements.
The Childhood and Adolescence Studies Certificate is intended to enhance a bachelor's degree. The Program is open to all students seeking a bachelor's degree from UWM and to students who previously have received a bachelor's degree from UWM or any other accredited college or university.
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