Many professions involve educational components; these formal and informal learning opportunities can range from a museum exhibit to online training modules. Nonprofit organizations often work with K-12 school districts, and anyone who wants to be a professor one day would benefit from some educational training.
This new certificate will enhance your awareness of diversity, equity, and inclusion in educational settings. Your new knowledge and skills will be documented on your transcript in the form of an undergraduate certificate. This is also a great way to “test the waters” if you aren’t quite sure about teaching as a profession but still want to explore some courses.
To be admitted to S&T’s undergraduate certificate program in Teaching and Learning a student must meet Missouri S&T regular undergraduate admission requirements. In order to receive an undergraduate certificate, the student must have an average cumulative grade point of 2.5 or better in the certificate courses.
*This certificate does not lead to Missouri teacher certification; more courses and student teaching are required to earn licensure.
Required courses (13 hours):
EDUC 1040 Perspectives in Education - 2 credit hours
EDUC 1174 School Organization and Management - 2 credit hours
EDUC 3216 Instructional Literacy in Content Area - 3 credit hours
EDUC 3340 Assessment of Student Learning - 3 credit hours
EDUC 2310 Education of the Exceptional Child - 3 credit hours