K-12 Technology Integration
Designed for K-12 teachers and administrators to learn best practices for technology use in classrooms.
Currently enrolled students: If you are enrolled in another program at the U, you need to formally apply to earn this certificate.
Application priority deadlines:
- December 15 - Spring start
- April 30 - Summer start
- July 31- Fall start
What you'll learn
Complete 12 credits (each course is 3 credits):
- CI 5351—Technology tools for educators
- CI 5361—Teaching and learning with the internet
- CI 5330—Special topics in learning technologies
- CI 5xxx— Taken in consultation with your advisor
Note: Transfer credits may not be applied to this certificate program.
Benefit from a graduate degree
Certificate + M.Ed.
You can pursue the certificate alone or pursue the certificate and M.Ed. degree in learning technologies at the same time.
If interested, apply to both programs.
Get an edge
Our faculty have won local, national, and international teaching and research awards. Their research informs educational policy and practice.
Tuition + Aid
Tuition varies depending on your degree program, student status, and residency. More cost information is on the CE+HD site.
Fit your schedule
All courses for this certificate program are offered completely online.
Prepare to apply
Required: Bachelor's degree from an accredited U.S. institution or foreign equivalent with at least a 2.8 GPA.
To apply you will need to submit:
Unofficial transcripts. Upload your transcripts into the application system; please do not mail your transcripts. Official transcripts are required only after you are admitted. Tips for uploading your transcript(s).
Resume. Upload in the Program Supplementary Information - Graduate Program Additional Application section.
Statement. One page explaining your current involvement with technology and your career interest related to technology.
Prepare to apply
This program does not support VISA requirements; if you need a VISA, please view our Master of Education degree option instead.
International applicants may also need:
- An English translation of your transcripts, if the transcript is not in English. A course by course evaluation may be required.
- TOEFL scores. Official TOEFL scores are required. You may qualify for an exception if you have completed 16 semester or 24 quarter credits within the past 24 months in residence as a full-time student at an accredited institution of higher learning in the United States.
Download and refer to this tip sheet as you work through the application. The included directions will help you complete your application quickly and smoothly.