Graduate Certificate in Education Technology Across the Curriculum

Priority Deadlines:


  • Pullman

International Student English Proficiency Exams

International students may need to surpass the Graduate School’s minimum English language proficiency exam scores for this program. If the graduate program has unique score requirements, they will be detailed below. Otherwise, please refer to the Graduate School’s minimum score guidelines.

Degree Description:

The Graduate Certificate in Education Technology Across the Curriculum allows students to develop skills and obtain documentation that will help them obtain positions across disciplines that require knowledge of and experience with education technology around the world. The coursework comprises 15 hours that address International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) standards and disciplinary standards, and it focuses on developing knowledge and skills for working with diverse students and communities. The required coursework emphasizes research, theoretical, and practical issues concerning effective uses and affordances of technologies and the implementation of appropriate classroom teaching techniques.

Admission Requirements:

Student who wish to obtain the Education Technology Across the Curriculum certificate must be admitted to the Washington State University in the following Education degrees/areas: M.A., Ed.M. or a Ph.D. or into the English Language Learners Endorsement program at the graduate level.  Students must meet all the coursework prerequisites.

To file the Graduate Certificate requires a student to be enrolled the term they want the certificate.  Students submit a completed Application for Graduate Certificate form before the first graduation date as posted in the Graduate School Deadlines & Procedures for Graduate Certificates (Spring terms – first Friday of March; Summer – first Friday of June; and Fall terms – first Friday of October).

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