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Graduate Certificate in E-Learning

Description

The Graduate Certificate in E-Learning is designed to provide learners with the knowledge and skills necessary to assume roles in integrating e-learning into the curriculum or teaching entirely online. Course work is applicable for those who are currently involved in e-learning activities and those desiring to enter into this realm. The Certificate in E-learning is a collaborative effort between the Departments of Adult and Higher Education and Curriculum and Instruction and allows each learner to choose a focus on either e-learning for adult education or e-learning for K-12 education.

Dr. Chad Hoggan,
Program Coordinator
Phone: 919-515-6290
Delivery Method: Web-based/Online
Admissions Web Page

Career prospects
(What can I do with this program of study?)

The Graduate Certificate in E-Learning is designed to provide learners with the knowledge and skills necessary to assume roles in integrating e-learning into the curriculum or teaching entirely online. Course work is applicable for those who are currently involved in e-learning activities and those desiring to enter into this realm.

Curriculum
(What will I learn?)

The certificate requires five courses (15 credit hours):

  • EAC 539 - Teaching in an Online Environment
  • EAC 585 - Integrating Technology into Training Design
  • EAC 581 - Advanced Instructional Design
  • EAC 580 - Designing Instructional Systems
  • EAC 584 - Evaluating Training Transfer & Effectiveness
Estimated Total Credit Hours Required: 15

Admissions requirements
(Is this the program for me? How do I apply?)

Requirements for admission to the certificate program include:

  • completion of a bachelor's degree
  • resume identifying educational preparation and work experiences
  • transcripts of all undergraduate and graduate work (unofficial copies are acceptable)
  • statement of goals related to e-learning
  • projected timeline for certificate completion

Students may begin taking courses for the certificate in Summer, Fall or Spring, and may apply at any time.

Plan of study
(How much time will it take?)

The certificate requires 15 credit hours.

Registration information
(When can I start?)

Go to the Graduate School Admissions Web site to apply for admission to the graduate certificate program. Or, to register for courses as a non-degree student, click on "Apply & Enroll." Courses are offered online in Fall, Spring and Summer.

Estimated Tuition and Fees
(How much will it cost?)


Tuition Level: Graduate (View more information about tuition)
Fees: Graduate ASG, Graduate Ed/Tech
Resident: $5,925.00
Non-resident: $11,535.00

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