What can I do with this program after I graduate?
This program is offered as a part-time program. The 12 graduate-level credit hours completed through the online AIG Graduate Certificate program can be applied directly to the online M.Ed. for those meeting M.Ed. admission requirements.
Curriculum: AIG Concentration
Phase I: Developing Perspective (15 credit hours)
Phase II: Content and Pedagogy (15 credit hours)
Introductory Research Course (3 credit hours)
Prospective students should be prepared to participate in our academically rigorous program of writing-intensive courses in which they will learn about best practices in AIG teaching, learning, and program development and apply these skills to their work with AIG students in public or private school classrooms and related educational settings. Prospective applicants must have access to a classroom with AIG or advanced students to meet the program’s field experience requirements. A capstone research project completed by each candidate serves as the program’s culminating experience.