Graduate Certificate in Education
The Graduate Certificate in Education is a non-degree program designed to enhance the professional development of educators and those who do not enter or complete the MA program. It is accredited by the Adventist Accrediting Association (AAA).
- A baccalaureate degree or the equivalent.
- Demonstrated English proficiency.
* Students wishing to write a thesis must come to campus to do so.
To complete the program and be awarded a Graduate Certificate in Education, the candidate must satisfactorily complete 21 semester hours of coursework from the MA program, including a minimum of 5 hours of core courses, and a minimum of 9 hours from a field of emphasis. Accomplish service learning (see p. 60 for details).
|EDUC 526 Pedagogical Foundations||3|
|LEAD 610 Biblical Foundations of Leadership and Ethics||3|
|RESM 520 Academic Writing||2|
|One of the following||(3)|
|EDCI 625 Instructional Media (3)|
|EDUC 583 Foundations of Christian Curriculum (3)|
|EDUC 624 Faith and Learning in Christian Education (3)|
|Field of Emphasis||Credits|
|At least three courses from one of the following areas of emphasis:|
|Curriculum and Instruction (EDCI)|
|Educational Administration (EDAD)|
|Total semester hours||20|