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Your Career Deserves a Professional Education

Want to make a bigger difference in your career? In your community? In the world? Whether your desire is to move up the corporate ladder, start a new career, or make a greater, more impactful difference, give your future the attention—and education—it deserves with a graduate-level program from the College of Continuing and Professional Studies (CCAPS) at U of M. Our programs are built to help working adults like you, those with ambition who need new insights, new skills, and new credentials to climb the ladder of success.

From switching careers to taking on leadership roles in your current company, CCAPS is here to help bring new life to your future with one of these professionally focused programs:

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Master’s Degree Programs
  • Addictions Counseling — Pursue an education in the care and treatment of substance abuse disorders designed to help counseling professionals acquire LADC licensure.
  • Applied Science Leadership — Earn a master’s that also delivers two career-focused certificates in areas such as veterinary medicine, agriculture, public health, and more.
  • Arts and Cultural Leadership — Become a creative force in your community with the skills needed to take the lead in art, cultural, or nonprofit organizations.
  • Biological Sciences— Customize your education to your specific academic and career goals with your choice of coursework-only or research project paths.
  • Civic Engagement — Advance your expertise and leadership skills for a greater impact for civic engagement, improving the quality of life for local communities in your care.
  • Horticulture — Earn an applied degree in the art and science of growing and maintaining plants, flowers, fruits, vegetables, and nuts for small-scale operations.
  • Integrated Behavioral Health — Prepare for dual licensure as an LADC and LPCC with this rigorous, clinical application program.
  • Sexual Health — Explore this integral element of the human condition as it relates to human sexuality, gender roles, sexual behavior, culture, biology, society, and more.
Certificate Programs
  • Human Sexuality — Gain a deeper understanding of human sexuality, gender roles, and sexual behavior in and out of the workplace.
  • Leadership for Science Professionals — Advance your management and leadership skills to boost your promotability in business, government, nonprofits, and more.
  • Regulatory Affairs for Food Professionals— Increase your knowledge within regulatory affairs, gain leadership skills and advance your career as a food professional in the government sector, international organizations, corporations and more.
  • Sex Therapy — Advance your expertise to address sexuality and sexual health regarding mental health concerns in sexual function, identity, pleasure and intimacy, and romantic relationships.
  • Transgender and Gender Diverse Health — Become an expert in transgender and gender diverse health to deliver gender-affirming care. This professionally focused graduate credential will complement your current or future positions in health care, patient advocacy, education, or other health-related fields.
Minor Programs
  • Addictions — Round out your degree with a minor focused on the study and treatment of addictions.
Steve Wicks, Enrollment Advisor
Together, we’ll go over your options, answer questions, and help you get off to the right start.

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You have a goal. We’re here to help you achieve it. Fill out the form on this page today to learn more about a degree, certificate, or professional development program.

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