Qualitative Research Certificate
The Qualitative Research Certificate consists of four three-credit hour courses (12 credit hours) developed to prepare students and professionals to understand a broad and in-depth knowledge of qualitative research approaches and to conduct qualitative research studies.
Over recent years, qualitative research has been increasingly conducted and influential in educational research across disciplines.
The Qualitative Research Certificate within the College of Education at Purdue University requires students to obtain a minimum grade of B for each course while also maintaining an overall GPA of 3.0/4.0. This certificate program accepts applications from Purdue University graduate students from any Purdue West Lafayette graduate programs.
This residential program has rolling admission. Applications must be fully complete and submitted (including all required materials) and all application fees paid prior to the deadline in order for applications to be considered and reviewed. For a list of all required materials for this program application, please see the “Admissions” tab below.
July 1 is the deadline for Fall applications.
November 15 is the deadline for Spring applications.
March 15 is the deadline for Summer applications.Apply