Online Teaching Certificate
The demand for online teachers is growing and expanding in K-12 settings, and the practice is increasingly common at higher-education institutions. The Online Teaching Certificate program is designed for K-12, college and university educators interested in creating and teaching online and blended courses, or using web-based/web 2.0 components to enhance face-to-face instruction.
Each course stands alone; you may want to take one class or all three. The certificate consists of three courses, totaling 9 credit hours, and may be earned in one year. It is recommended to take INTE 5200 first, but it is not required.
All courses are three graduate credit hours. Tuition is $359.50/credit,
plus student fees of $10/credit, plus $100 online course fee, for a
total of $1,208.50/course.
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