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Entrepreneurship Certificate Program: Designed for

entrepreneurs and small business enterprise.

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Regulatory Environment of Medical Devices and Implants

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Computing and Network Management Certificate Program
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Paralegal Studies
Certificate Program
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Athletic Coaching Education Program

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Build Your Future... Transform Your Life

MFC Spring 2016 Class Schedule 


UB's Millard Fillmore College (MFC) is recommitted to serving adult nontraditional students. MFC offers a full complement of credit and noncredit academic programs and opportunities for the adult learner. We offer certificate programs, specialized workforce development and training opportunities, and lifelong learning programs. 


MFC is inspired by the University's vision for expansion and positive growth and by the innovative and creative partnerships with the academic and business communities that speak directly to the needs and interests of a diverse constituency.


Millard Fillmore College credentialing programs are developed in response to employment sector needs for the Buffalo Niagara region. MFC certificate programs provide access and opportunity for continuing education at the University at Buffalo and extend the University's programs and services throughout the Buffalo Niagara regional communities. Our programs offer flexibility, convenience, accessibility and affordability while earning a UB credential including university academic credit and certificate for specific programs offered in life sciences, healthcare, human resources, technology, business and legal studies.


We encourage you to take advantage of the opportunity to build your future and transform your life, and challenge you to set your sights on what can be ultimately realized by taking advantage of what UB's Millard Fillmore College has to offer.