Graduate Certificate in School Technology Coordination

The Graduate Certificate in School Technology Coordination program is designed to provide specialized skills for those professionals who are responsible for coordinating educational technology for an entire school. The program emphasizes understanding of the networked environment, web programming, and skills for teaching teachers how to use computers in the teaching and learning process. Students admitted to the certificate program are required to be familiar with all policies of the Graduate College that govern graduate certificate programs.

Department Name: Department of Educational Technology

Official Certificate Name: Graduate Certificate in School Technology Coordination

Certificate Type: Graduate Certificate

*Special Relationships with Other Programs:

A student may be simultaneously enrolled in any graduate degree program (EdD, EdS, MSET, or MET) and the Graduate Certificate in School Technology Coordination program subject to the approval of the chair of the student’s supervisory committee and the graduate program coordinators of both programs.

A student who is not enrolled in any graduate degree program at Boise State University may be enrolled in the Graduate Certificate in School Technology Coordination program and one other graduate certificate program.

 

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