College Teaching Certificate
|The College Teaching Certificate is a three-semester, 9 credit program|
|Foundation Courses (choose one)||3|
|Introduction to College Teaching in the Humanities and Social Sciences (Fall, annually)|
|Teaching Workshop for Writing Instructors|
|Teaching and Learning in the Human Sciences (Spring, every odd year)|
|Teaching College Science (Fall, annually)|
|Electives (choose one)||3|
|Emerging Trends in Teaching and Learning Online|
|Instructional Technology for Teaching and Learning|
|Managing/ and Monitoring Learning (Spring, annually)|
|Instructional Methods for Adult Learners|
|Experiential and Learner-Centered Instruction|
|STEM Curriculum and Instruction (Spring, every even year)|
|Designing Technology-infused Learning Environments in Higher Education|
|Required Teaching Practicum||3|
|792 or 892 in your home department|
The teaching practicum requires a minimum of 15 teaching hours, with the remaining credit hours to be dedicated to preparing lesson plans, evaluating student data, and developing assessments. The field experience will be designed in consultation with their department and a faculty teaching mentor.
Students will complete a field experience form for approval from the program director during the semester prior to the experience to ensure the practicum meets certificate program requirements.
- This schedule is subject to change.
- Every course has an enrollment cap. Please check with the individual course instructors.
- Once requirements are completed a student must submit the Graduation Application form. Certificate students are not required to pay the $25 processing fee.