Online course fees have been waived for fall 2020 and spring 2021
The additional online course fee that is normally assessed to online courses is being waived for the fall 2020 and spring 2021 semesters. Tuition and other fees are still being assessed at the standard rates.
You can earn a technology certificate — without being a tech major
The Virginia Commonwealth University College of Engineering’s Department of Computer Science offers a new Baccalaureate Certificate in the Fundamentals of Computing. This resume-boosting certificate is open to working professionals and all VCU undergraduates regardless of major.
Earn this certificate by completing just four online courses:
CSMC 210: Computers and Programming (prerequisite)*
CSMC 320: Software Engineering and Web Development
CSMC 330: Data Science Skills*
CSMC 340: Cybersecurity Skills*
You’ll also earn a digital badge that can be posted to LinkedIn and added to your resume.
*Students who complete three of the four courses (Computers and Programming, Cybersecurity Skills and Data Science Skills) are eligible for
- The Capital CoLAB Digital Technology Generalist Credential, which gives students exclusive hiring advantages with companies in the Capital Region. Learn more about this credential and which companies offer exclusive internship and hiring advantages.