What can I do with this program after I graduate?

  • ​Prepare online students, facilitate, foster a sense of community, and administer online instruction
  • Develop a teaching philosophy, create an effective syllabus, integrate effective instructional strategies, develop awareness of issues in college classroom and a confidence in teaching style

This program is currently offered 100% online. Some courses can be taken face-to-face, but will not be eligible for the distance education rate of tuition.  In addition to earning the certificate, these courses may also be counted as electives towards your doctoral degree (discuss this option with your doctoral advisor prior to enrolling).

Required Courses (12 credit hours)

  • GRAD 8201: Teaching at the University Level*
  • ADMN 8171: The American College Student
  • ADMN 8695: Advanced Seminar in Teaching and Learning
  • ELDT 8150: Design, Development, and Evaluation of Online Learning Systems

*EDCI 8681 (Seminar in College Teaching) can be taken an alternate course to GRAD 8201 (Teaching at the University Level). Consult your advisor for course planning.