Graduate Certificate in K-12 Educational Technology
Provides practicing teachers and administrators with the knowledge and skills necessary for integrating digital technologies into classroom teaching and learning. The six courses cover the knowledge and skills required for an ISBE Technology Specialist Endorsement which qualifies those who hold it for building and/or district level technology coordinator positions.
Acceptance to UIS Graduate School as either degree-seeking or non-degree-seeking.
Undergraduate GPA of 3.0/4.0 for full admission
Undergraduate GPA of 2.5/4.0 for conditional admission
Have all transcripts sent to UIS.
Students should apply online at http://www.uis.edu/admissions/applyNow.html by completing the Graduate Student Non-Degree-Domestic & International application.For more information, contact Admissions & Records at (217) 206-6174 or (888) 977-4847.
Coursework may be used as electives for the Master of Arts in Education degree.
A passing grade in an EDL course is considered to be B or above. A failing grade is given for work below that level. A maximum of eight hours of C (2.0) grades is applicable to the degree (grades of C- or lower are not accepted), provided that a minimum GPA of 3.0 is reached at time of graduation and an approved Student Petition is on file in the Office of Records and Registration.
Candidates must take and pass ISBE Licensure Exam(s) in their specific area(s) to qualify for Illinois entitlement.