Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Curriculum and Instruction

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Certificate Programs do not equate to a graduate degree program but rather demonstrate mastery a specific area of interest or topic. Students must have earned both the baccalaureate degree before admission to this Program of Study is granted. 

The Post-baccalaureate Certificate in Curriculum and Instruction offers experienced teachers the opportunity to learn new ways to become more effective in the classroom through the use of new teaching techniques and a varied approach to curriculum development. The Program requires the completion of 15 graduate credits. Courses include student learning styles, school and family, program evaluation, global perspectives on education, and current issues and problems in schools. Courses taken in the Program may be applied to the Master of Arts in Leadership in Teaching Program.


Select five courses from the following:

          EDU-544 Educational Assessment (3)
          EDU-552 Global Perspectives in Teaching (3)
          EDU-556 Technology for Instruction and Management (3)
          EDU-560 Legal Issues (3)
          EDU-563 Curriculum Development (3) 
          EDU-567 Learning Theory and Practice (3)
          SPE-590 Foundations of Literacy I: Teaching the Dyslexic Student (3) 
          SPE-591 Foundations of Math:Understanding Math as a Language (3)