IGPE-facilitated micro-credentials verify, validate, and attest that specific skills and/or competencies have been achieved and are endorsed by SUNY Buffalo State departments and programs. Approved micro-credentials have been developed through established faculty governance processes to be meaningful in application and high quality in design and implementation. IGPE facilitates four SUNY Buffalo State-recognized micro-credentials: (1) curricular; (2) professional pathways; (3) skill and competency; and (4) continuing education. The description for each micro-credential type can be found in the SUNY Buffalo State Directory of Policy Statements, policy IV:18:00
Students interested in pursuing a micro-credential should view our admissions page for application instructions. Accepted and active SUNY Buffalo State students will not need to apply separately for a micro-credential, however, they will need to formally declare their intention to pursue one by compteing the mico-credential form. New or returning students only interested in pursuing a micro-credential will need to apply as a non-degree seeking students. Students with questions can reach out directly to our academic advisor, Nicole Calamunci, email@example.com for instructions
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