Case Management

Case Management involves supporting clients in mental health or medical settings. You may help them get to appointments, transition in or out of a hospital, handle insurance, and more. In this program, you will learn the skills needed to support your clients through whatever challenges they may face.

At UC, You Can

Whether you're a healthcare professional and want to gain more specific skills for your career, seeking a Bachelor's degree with a case management concentration, or are just starting out in this field, this professional certificate can help you reach your goals. 

Learn about many topics that will help you better support your clients, including crisis intervention, family dynamics, confidentiality, workers' compensation, and more. 

Enrollment in a degree program is not required for enrollment in the certificate program. However, students interested in pursuing a degree may apply the credits earned through this certificate program to selected baccalaureate degree programs.

Sample Courses

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Moral and Ethical Issues in Health Care
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Crisis Intervention
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Introduction to Biostatistics 
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5 required courses  = 15 credits

You may take advantage of our prior learning assessment, applying transfer credit, trainings and assessments, military experience, work experience, and self-taught skills toward your certificate. 

How You'll Get There

At UC, we support you on your individual path. Whether you are just starting out or picking up where you left off, we work with you to accomplish your goals. As you work with our faculty, each respected in their field, you'll build lasting connections that open doors to your success.

"I help students understand what they need to know to work with people in the field."

Nancy Kubic, MSW, LICSW, UC Adjunct Professor and psychotherapist at Psychological Wellness Center 
More:'Knowledge is power,' says UC Adjunct Nancy Kubic, MSW, LICSW

An Expert Advisor

All matriculating students are assigned a on-on-one advisor, who is both an adjunct professor and an expert in their field. 

Flexible Options to Suit Your Schedule

These professional certificate courses are offered online for your convenience. Take them at the pace that works for you, working with your advisor to match your schedule with your goals. Though your learning takes place online, you will have many opportunities to chat with instructors and staff one-on-one. You'll talk to real people, not just a computer screen. 

Individualized Support, More Affordable

At University College, you get the individualized attention of a private university at a more affordable cost. There are multiple options for financial aid, scholarships, and accelerated paths to get you to the degree you need. Some programs run by Roger Williams are awarded by simply applying for admission, while others are awarded to students through a more formal aid application process.

To ensure full consideration for all aid programs, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

  • Tuition Costs & Fees: A valuable education you can afford
  • Financing Your Education: Filling out the FAFSA
  • Do You Live in Central Falls, Cranston or Pawtucket? Ask about RWU's lower-cost tuition agreements for residents of these communities.
  • Military: We can help you navigate the application process for tuition assistance, GI Bill benefits, and other tuition benefits, which include waived application fee and discounted tuition rates for service members and spouses, as well as financial aid.
  • Employers & Municipalities: Many employers, including municipalities, will reimburse tuition costs. Ask your HR team for details about your benefits.
  • Unemployed or Underemployed? You may be eligible for state assistance and support to obtain a microcredential in a UC certificate program, funded by the R.I. Dept. of Labor and Training. Ask  your DLT case manager.

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Questions? Meet Josselyn

Everyone has questions.

Our Pathway Specialist, Josselyn Velasquez-Florian, is here to help. Call her at (401) 254-4807 or email jvelasquez-florian@rwu.edu