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Learning, Design, and Technology, Graduate Certificate

This certificate is offered via CMU Online only.

Certificate Requirements

The Graduate Certificate in Learning, Design, and Technology introduces candidates to learning and design principles, as well as educational technology in a variety of instructional settings, both face-to-face and virtual, that include PK-12, higher education, business, non-profits, and other training settings.

Required Courses (15 hours)

EDU 590/SPE 510Foundations for Learning, Design, and Technology in Education

3(3-0)

EDU 642Creating Instructional Media

3(3-0)

EDU 643Instructional Design

3(3-0)

EDU 653Higher Order Web-Mediated Learning

3(3-0)

EDU 662Applied Educational Measurement and Evaluation

3(3-0)

Total: 15 semester hours

This Graduate Certificate in Learning, Design, and Technology is not related to earning a teaching certificate, nor does it earn the candidate the state of Michigan’s “NP” (educational technology) endorsement. These 15 credits can be applied to the MA in Learning, Design, and Technology.