Why earn a graduate certificate in teaching and learning at Missouri State?
- Explore current trends and issues in education.
- Build the knowledge and confidence to have a bigger say on decisions (national or state) that affect your school community.
- Improve your craft and become a better all-around teacher.
- Go all the way: You can use this certificate toward a master’s degree in teaching and learning.
Note: This certificate does not prepare or certify teachers to work as a building principal.
Certificate in Teaching and Learning
Steve Jones, Program Director
Hill Hall, Room 422; Phone 417-836-5982
The certificate is designed for those teachers who want to improve their own practice and participate in important school community decisions, but who do not want to pursue the complete Master of Arts in Teaching and Learning. To earn the certificate in Teaching and Learning, students must follow the admission procedures for the Master of Arts in Teaching and Learning (see MATL graduate catalog description). Please note: This certificate in Teacher Leadership does not prepare (or certify) teachers to work as a building principal.
To be considered for the program, a student submit a Graduate Application for admission to the certificate program.
Required Courses - 18 hrs
|Course Code||Course Title||Credit Hours|
|EDC 700||Teaching and Learning I: Current Issues & Trends in Education||5 hrs|
|EDC 701||Teaching and Learning II: Diversity, Curriculum & Research||5 hrs|
|EDC 702||Teaching and Learning III: Management & Assessment of Learning||5 hrs|
|EDC 703||Teaching and Learning III: Management & Assessment of Learning||3 hrs|