Digital Literacies, Graduate Certificate
Given the implications of current policy and technology in education, this certificate will provide coursework that allows participants to examine the role of digital literacy in education through the evaluation of digital literacies, their politics, problems, and possibilities, and will enable a deeper understanding of ways to incorporate digital literacies into curricula. Educators will gain a richer conceptualization of digital literacies and their place in twenty-first century education, in addition to understanding ways to apply appropriate programs and applications to their current teaching practices.
This Graduate Certificate is eligible to receive Title IV funding – Direct Unsubsidized Loans and Graduate PLUS loans by request. To be considered for aid, students need to submit a FAFSA.
|Catalog Entry||Graduate Certificate|
|Length||12 Credit Hours|
|Enrollment||Fall, Spring, Summer|
|Costs||Rates Per Semester|
|Admission Requirements||Application Materials|
Office of Admissions
- Graduate Admissions Website
- Dr. Hannah Gerber
COE Grad Hub Program Assistant
- Ms. Brandy Bishop