Certificate in College Teaching
Interested in earning a Certificate in College Teaching?? The primary goal of this area of emphasis is to allow graduate students the opportunity to learn and intern about the theory, practice and scholarship of college teaching and learning. Individuals are able to obtain the certificate while completing a degree in any department. If an interested individual is not admitted to a degree seeking program, one may complete the requirements by enrolling in postbaccalaureate non-degree status (G6) upon the director's approval.
An effective teacher requires knowledge of students as learners, teaching, discipline, context, and oneself as a teacher. The program is designed to explore these requirements and enhance the teaching experience of all graduate students pursuing careers in college or university setting.
EAHR provides teaching opportunities for Ph.D. students who desire to focus on college teaching as an area of emphasis while completing a graduate degree. View "Opportunities to Teach" for more information.
Upon completion of the four-course requirements, individuals must request the certificate to be processed by completing this request form and submitting it to the academic advisor, Joyce Nelson.
Dr. Elsa Gonzalez
553 Harrington Office Building
Dr. Vicente Lechuga
562 Harrington Tower
Dr. Yvonna Lincoln
574 Harrington Tower
Dr. Kelli Peck Parrott
Clinical Associate Professor
543 Harrington Tower