Currently there is one core class for undergraduates pursuing a teaching degree, EDLT 368 Integrating Technology with Teaching. But stay tuned for new undergraduate courses coming soon. For Advising, refer to the College of Education Advising webpages for the Undergraduate Teaching Program
Graduate Certificate Program
The Graduate Certificate in Online Teaching and Learning (OTL) is for professionals in business, government, education, or other settings who want to develop their knowledge and skills in online teaching and learning. The courses in this program have been Quality Matters Recognized. Email Julia Parra (email@example.com) to notify of your interest in the program and see the site for instructions on how to apply.
The Master of Arts in Education with a Graduate Certificate in Online Teaching and Learning is designed for educators who are either already licensed K12 teachers, work in higher education, or who wish to be e-developers in a variety of contexts. This program prepares educators for 21st century teaching and learning in blended and fully online environments. The program covers integrating best practices in curriculum and pedagogy, multicultural education, educational technology, online pedagogy, and curriculum development for online delivery using emerging technologies. Email Julia Parra (firstname.lastname@example.org) to notify of your interest in the program and see the site for detailed information about program of study, sample schedules, and application.
- Note that if you take the MAE with OTL, your 3rd question for the Masters Exam is an OTL question. For the other questions, go to the Masters Program in C&I web page, Scroll to the section, Master’s Exam Details for Preparation. Within these resources you will find the MA Exam questions