A certificate is set of courses that declares an individual has achieved a certain level of skills.
If you are interested in teaching or training others and do not wish to pursue a degree in Postsecondary Technical Education at the present times, you can obtain a certificate in training or teaching. You can also pursue this option while you earn your bachelor's or master's degree in Teaching and Training Technical Professionals or another field of study. This certificate is not a teaching licensure or credential. Click to learn more about the bachelor's or master's degree programs in Teaching and Training Technical Professionals.
The certificate program in Teaching and Training Technical Professionals is a special course of study within the College of Education undergraduate and graduate programs to serve the practicing or prospective postsecondary faculty.
To participate in the program, the student should:
A total of 18-21 credit hours is needed to obtain this certificate.