This answer is for the Design Thinking courses only. View the following links for the answer to this question for the other programs:
In order to qualify for the Design Thinking MicroMasters certificate (complete the program), you will need to enroll in the following courses as a verified student and pass each with a 80% or higher:
Learners who successfully earn the MicroMasters certificate are also eligible to apply to RIT's School of Individualized Study for graduate level credential options. If accepted, students with the MicroMasters certificate will be awarded 9 credit hours towards their degree requirements. Utilizing your MicroMasters certificate in this way will significantly reduce the cost of the academic credential.
NOTE: This FAQ is about the full Design Thinking MicroMasters Program certificate. If you want a verified certificate for just one course, view our FAQ on obtaining a verified certificate.