Specialization Programs
Continuing Education

Our Specialization Programs are structured to give you comprehensive coverage of a particular field, keeping you competitive in the professional marketplace. Complete your program and earn a University of Utah Program of completion and posting of your accomplishment on official transcripts.

Business Management

Gain foundational management and communication skills to move into supervisory or managerial positions.
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Project Management

Learn or expand your knowledge in one of today’s most universally sought-after skill sets.
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Academic Noncredit Certificates

Academic Noncredit Certificates are offered in collaboration with University of Utah colleges and departments to deliver high-quality, traditional classroom experiences in a flexible, affordable, and easy-to-access noncredit format.

Other Specialization Programs

Learn to build evocative, engaging, and user-centric designs

Designed to help any working professional broaden their understanding of team management

Ideal for new supervisors or managers who want to hone their supervisory skills

Gain a broad understanding of critical software programs that handle healthcare information

Prepare to pass the Professional Medical Coding and Billing exams, online.

Prepare for a career in medical transcription as a transcriptionist or editor.

Gain the skills needed to pass the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB) Exam

Gain the necessary skills to excel in a medical office

Develop the skills needed to work in a veterinary office or clinic

Prepare for a career as a medical administrative assistant

Gain the necessary skills to implement human resources practices in any professional organization

Gain deep insight into employment law with this 3-class microcredential.

Gain deep insight into employment law with this 3-class microcredential.

Gain skills and knowledge to design engaging training and educational experiences

Essential training for professionals who do not have formal project management training