In addition to undergraduate and graduate degree programs, Brown offers three certificates, an array of pre-college programs for high school students, and no-cost, no-credit online courses to learners across the globe.
For current and aspiring senior organizational leaders, the School for Professional Studies offers a Leadership and Performance Coaching certificate.
The School of Public Health’s Certificate Program in Clinical and Translational Research is designed for physicians, doctorally trained basic scientists, and students in doctoral or medical programs.
At the Warren Alpert Medical School, aspiring physicians can complete a one-year Certificate in Medical Science to enhance credentials for acceptance into medical school or other health education professional programs.
Each summer, secondary students from across the globe choose Brown University Pre-College Programs to experience the challenge of college-level life and learning.
The wide array of academic program offerings, both on the Brown campus and through location-based programs in the U.S. and abroad, are designed to reflect the University’s wide-reaching curriculum. Each brings together students who share a common intellectual interest — and invites them into a community of learners where they will find an exceptionally diverse array of intellectual passions among their peers.
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With courses on topics ranging from the intersection of art and medicine to mass surveillance to the ethics of memory, Brown offers no-cost, no-credit online programs that bring the University’s distinctive approach to learners across the globe.
Launched in partnership with edX, the University’s BrownX initiative showcases the best of Brown through massive open online courses (MOOCs) accessible on a global scale to a wide variety of learners.