Graduate Certificate in Improvement Science in Education
The graduate certificate in improvement science in education is designed for experienced teachers (PreK-12) with at least three years of experience working in schools, as well as other role groups, including administrators and other school or district professionals (e.g., counselors), interested in learning how to examine and address problems within their educational setting using the improvement science method.
Specific admission requirements are shown on the Graduate Program Finder.
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The following requirements must be fulfilled: 15 credits, including 9 credits in core courses and 6 credits from one track.
|EDUC 6840||Introduction to Improvement Science in Education|
|EDUC 6841||Inquiry Tools Supporting Improvement Science|
|EDUC 6842||Teacher Leadership through Improvement Science|
|6 credits from one track|
|Track 1: Improvement Science for Teacher Leadership|
|EDUC 6843||Improvement Science as Educational Change|
|EDUC 6844||Internship: Teacher Practicum in Improvement Science (taken for 3 credits)|
|Track 2: Administrative Licensure|
|EDUC 6232||Supervision of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment|
|EDUC 6287||Internship: Administration (taken for 3 credits)|