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Graduate Certificates

Graduate certificate programs provide a means for UT to respond to emerging needs. Graduate certificate programs provide focused areas of studies for students 1) pursuing other academic programs at the master or doctoral levels, 2) who have already earned a master or doctorate, or 3) who are post-baccalaureate and enrolled solely in graduate certificate programs.

Graduate certificate programs are for-credit programs, based entirely on credit courses, and appear on the academic transcript. Graduate certificate programs are required to have student learning outcomes and an assessment plan reported annually through the university’s adopted process.

The Department of Theory and Practice in Teacher Education offers graduate certificates with an emphasis in social justice and global competence.

Art Education (K-12)

American Sign Language Education

Education of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (PreK-12)

Educational Technology

Elementary Education

English as a Second Language (PreK-12)

Gifted Education (PreK-12)

Literacy Specialist

Rehabilitation Counseling for the Deaf

Secondary English Education

Secondary Mathematics Education

Secondary Science Education

Secondary Social Science Education

Social Justice Education

Special Education Comprehensive (K-12)

Special Education Interventionist (K-8) & (6-12)

STEM Leadership

Urban Education

World Languages (PreK-12)