Graduate Certificate Program in Educational Technology
The Graduate Certificate Program in Educational Technology is a professional certificate designed for K-12 school personnel seeking advanced study in the link between learning and technology who may or may not be interested in pursuing a full master’s program. The curriculum includes theoretical and practical experiences for using technology to facilitate teaching and improve student learning. The certificate program promotes continuing professional development for teachers and educational leaders. Note: The certificate does not lead to teacher certification in technology.
Students successfully completing this program will:
Candidates seeking the Graduate Certificate in Educational Technology at Frostburg State University complete an approved program of study of 15 semester hours of graduate credit with a cumulative average of 3.0 or higher with no grade lower than C and no more than six credit hours of C in their program.
Applicants for the Graduate Certificate Program in Educational Technology must complete the admission requirements for graduate studies at Frostburg State University.
Special Admission Criteria
Applicants must have a bachelor’s or higher degree in education or a related field, hold a teaching certificate or be eligible for certification, and successfully complete EDUC 454/554 Microcomputer Applications in Education or submit a portfolio demonstrating competency in equivalent skills. Applicants must complete an application and study plan for the certificate program.
NOTE: Candidates enrolled in the C&I Master’s Degree program can take all of these courses and EDUC 700 or EDUC 710 to fulfill the Educational Technology track requirements for the C&I program.