Certificate Programs

For Men and Women Seeking Professional Career Development or Redirection in Rewarding Design Fields.

Moore’s Certificate Programs offer the opportunity to develop expertise in a specific professional area with part-time evening study that may be completed in as little as one year.  A certificate from Moore College of Art & Design is a prestigious credential that helps you achieve your goals. The development of personal aesthetic vision and creative problem solving are encouraged along with industry-specific technical proficiency. Certificate students earn undergraduate level credit and graduates are prepared to go forward in a creative and productive career.

Complete Program Information including Curriculum Charts and Course Descriptions may be found by visiting any of the individual certificate program pages listed below.



Web Design

Prepares students with the technical and design proficiencies to work in the complex and continually evolving multimedia field of web design. 


Digital Media for Print+Web

Meets the needs of individuals who intend to work in areas requiring both print and web design expertise. 


Interior Design Studies

Meets the needs of individuals seeking new career opportunities or fulfilling a personal interest in interior design


Fashion Studies: Technical Design

Offers the specialized skills needed to enter the fashion industry in the creative area of technical design and illustration 


Fashion Studies: Apparel Construction

Develops advanced garment construction skills needed to take a design from concept to finished product either for personal interest or for clients.


Motion Graphics

Combines film, audio, graphic design and animation and provides participants with the skills need to enter this rapidly growing field.


Fashion Merchandising+Production

A distinctive program merging fashion merchandising and product development to provide a foundation in contemporary fashion business. 



Individualized, hands-on, participatory instruction in a specialized area by practicing professionals committed to teaching adults

Easy accessibility to Moore’s library, design studios and state-of-the-art digital media labs

All courses in open to non-certificate students 


Lifetime assistance from Moore’s professional Locks Career Center

Membership in Moore’s Alumni Association offering workshops and networking opportunities

College-level credit preferred by employee tuition reimbursement programs