Graduate Certificate in Domestic Violence Prevention
The University of Massachusetts Lowell is pleased to announce that its graduate-level Certificate Program in Domestic Violence Prevention is now available entirely online. Domestic violence is one of our nation's greatest social and public health problems. Individuals working in health, social services and law enforcement can benefit from gaining expertise in the prevention and response to domestic violence. Offered by the University's Department of Criminal Justice and the Division of Continuing Studies and Corporate Education, this certificate brings together courses in the areas of Criminal Justice, Community Social Psychology and Health Professions and provides a focused program for those working in settings where domestic violence is an issue. This certificate can benefit those in the fields of nursing, health, social services, family services, youth services, police, hospital and health agency administration and other related professions.
UMassOnline is regionally accredited by NEASC, the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (209 Burlington Road, Bedford, Massachusetts 01730-1433; 781-271-0022). In addition, many of each campus' schools and colleges are also accredited by discip
You must have a Bachelor's Degree
Facts & Figures
Financial Aid: No
International Financial Aid: No
Classification: Doctoral/Research University—Intensive
Loans Offered: Availability of financial aid varies depending on course status and matriculation. Check with your advisor to determine your eligibility and application procedures.
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