K-12 Online Teaching Undergraduate Certificate
This program is available online – learn more at K-State Global Campus.
This program is designed for teachers interested in advancing their knowledge of teaching online in K-12. Learn how to create lessons and teach in an online environment. K-12 schools have become more receptive to online interactive learning. Virtual schools represent a significant shift in K-12 education. The increase in virtual school programming is a reflection of a variety of viewpoints leading parents to choose this delivery system for their children.
Kansas State University, a leader in teacher education, is now offering an online undergraduate certificate in K-12 online teaching. This 12-credit certificate explores:
- the pedagogy of online teaching and learning
- best practices in learning management systems
- how to create fully online courses
- the necessary tools to design, implement and teach effective courses in virtual K-12 schools
Pre-service and in-service teachers who are interested in the new K-12 online interactive learning environment are invited to apply.
- EDCI 505 – Introduction to Online Teaching and Learning (3 credits) (May Intersession)
- EDCI 506 – Online Instructional Design and Development I (3 credits) (June)
- EDCI 507 – Online Instructional Design and Development II (3 credits) (August Intersession)
- EDCI 508 – Online Teaching and Learning Practicum (3 credits) (January Intersession)
Admission Requirements and Application
To qualify for admission to the K-12 online teaching graduate certificate program, students must be admitted to a teacher education program at K-State or be a current in-service teacher.
Applications are accepted throughout the year.
How to Apply
- If you are a current student in a teacher education program at K-State, you can enroll in classes through KSIS.
- If you are not a current student, you will need to apply as an undergraduate nondegree-seeking student.