Excerpt from the official Academic Programs Catalog.
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College of Education Department of Educational Administration Graduate Study Teaching and Learning in Postsecondary Education - Graduate Certificate
The Graduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Postsecondary Education is a professional development program designed to assist current educators and practitioners from a variety of professional settings and disciplines who seek to enhance their understanding of teaching and learning issues for adult learners. The flexible schedule of the graduate certificate program accommodates both full-time students and working professionals by offering summer study programs as well as online and face-to-face instruction.
To be considered for admission students must possess a 3.0 grade-point average in the final two years of undergraduate study. Students will submit a personal statement indicating their interest in the program and how it fits within their professional goals. Applicants whose grade-point average is below 3.0 during the final two years of undergraduate study may be considered for admission to the program on a provisional basis.
Requirements for the Graduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Postsecondary Education
Students must complete the following (9 credits):
The following course (3 credits):
At least two of the following courses (6 credits):
Concept of a Learning Society
Training and Professional Development
Teaching in Postsecondary Education
Collegiate Contexts for Teaching and Learning
Program Planning and Evaluation in Postsecondary Contexts