Certificate programs challenge students to update and enhance their skills to meet a variety of instructional design needs required in academic, corporate and nonprofit organizations. Each certificate provides coursework addressing technology and approaches to develop appropriate curriculum for specific target audiences. Theories and applied learning concepts are addressed with an emphasis on the biblical principles embedded in each course. Students have the option to use graduate certificate courses completed at a B or higher grade within a degree emphasis if they apply and are accepted within five years into the Master of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction (MACI).
Required Certificate Courses (9 credit hours per stand-alone certificate):