The same can be said about any US program without a thesis or a capstone too. Any WGU degree probably falls under the same umbrella (or may not, since WGU Bachelor's programs are 4-year programs, so maybe only accelerated degrees would have this issue) I'd list it as issued or as permitted by the school. My Community College, for example, has permitted me to list my "AAS Information Systems Cybersecurity" as an "AAS Cybersecurity" for simplicity. They also allow me to say my other AAS is in Computer Networking rather than "Advanced Cisco Systems Computer Networking Technology" (yes, it is that bad) ENEB says you can call their certificates Master of Arts in [Concentration] or Master in [Concentration] and are issued as Master in [Concentration] from the partner school. Good enough for me. I can't imagine listing an LSE MPP on my resume as "Graduate Credits in Public Policy & Economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science." I also can't imagine taking something like the McGill Mini-MBA and putting it on my resume as "Non-credit executive business certificate from McGill." I'd just list them as "Master of Public Policy, London School of Economics" and "Mini-MBA, McGill Unviersity."