Online Graduate Certificate Programs and Courses in Anatomy
100% Online Graduate Certificates and Courses
Start in Fall, Spring, or Summer
The College of Medicine at the University of Florida offers two Graduate Certificate programs designed for working professionals as well as students who would like to further their medical knowledge and improve their application to medical school. Both programs are 100% online and students can be admitted in any semester.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long does it take to complete the certificate?
It is up to the student to decide how many courses to take per semester. Most students take one or two courses per semester. One course per semester would take four semesters.
Will my certificate say “online” or be different compared to a traditional on-campus certificate?
The certificate will not say “online” and it will be the same as a certificate earned on-campus.
Is this certificate 100% online? Will I have to come to campus?
All courses are 100% online and students are not required to come to campus.
Can I begin taking courses as a non-degree student, and then be formally admitted and receive a certificate?
Courses taken as a non-degree seeking student cannot be officially transferred into a certificate program. However, these courses can be used to satisfy course requirements.
Can I transfer credits to another university?
If you are currently earning a degree at another institution, it would be at their discretion whether credits could be transferred.
Is the certificate accredited?
All courses and certificates offered by the University of Florida are regionally accredited by SACS. More information is available here: sacs.aa.ufl.edu.
Can I start the certificate in any semester?
Yes, students can start in Fall, Spring or Summer.
How is testing done?
Testing is done via webcam by ProctorU.
I live outside of the United States. Can I take this certificate?
Visit UF Distance Learning for additional online programs and resources.