Technology Integration
Certificate

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Overview


Certificate

The Graduate Certificate in Technology Integration is an 18 hour non-degree and non-licensure program designed to certify that participants have specialized knowledge and skills to effectively integrate technology into curriculum, instruction and assessment; lead and support the use of instructional technology to meet the needs of all learners; and collect and analyze student data to assist in making instructional decisions. All of the courses may be applied to the Master's Degree in Educational Technology with an emphasis in Technology Integration.

Undergraduate students may begin the Certificate program in their final semester with approval from their advisor and the Technology Integration advisor.

Required Courses

Students may enter the program in any semester.

Fall Semester

EDTH 868

Educational Technology Applications

3 Credit Hours

EDTH 732

Topics in Educational Technology

2 Credit Hours

EDTH 733

Professional Development

1 Credit Hour

 

Spring Semester

EDTH 817

Technology Integration Specialist

3 Credit Hours

EDTH 818

Trends and Issues

3 Credit Hours

 

Summer Semester

EDTH 805

Design and Production of Instructional Materials

3 Credit Hours

EDTH

Educational Technology Curriculum

3 Credit Hours

 

Admission Requirements

  • The candidate must hold a Bachelor's degree or be in their final semester of a PSU undergraduate program.
  • Undergraduate degree; 3.0 GPA or admitted with condition

About Teaching and Leadership Department


Whether you are beginning your career with a Bachelor of Science in Education or want to grow professionally with a Masters Degree or Educational Specialist, we believe this is the place for you! With accredited programs, campus, online and hybrid classes, caring faculty and staff to guide you, you can begin or continue your journey toward a rewarding life in the field of Education and Leadership.

The faculty in the Early Childhood Unified program come from the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences and the Department of Teaching and Leadership. They also serve as academic advisors for the program.

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