The City University of New York is starting an online bachelor's program in business, designed for students who left college in good standing without a bachelor's degree. The program involves professors throughout CUNY and is offered through the School of Professional Studies, part of the Graduate School and University Center.
The Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering, in Massacusetts, has started an engineering certificate program for undergraduates at Wellesley and Babson Colleges and Brandeis University. The sequence of five courses will be designed for those considering careers where some engineering background would be desirable or for non-engineering majors who are considering engineering graduate programs.
Camden County College, in New Jersey, is starting a new science certificate -- a 26- to 28-credit program for students who may have completed associate degree programs without enough math and science to transfer to four-year programs in those fields.