Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Education

Develop skill sets and knowledge beyond the bachelor's degree level.

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The education field has numerous moving parts and requires more than just skilled teachers to fulfill its objective of educating the masses. Earning a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Education at Northcentral University can help you develop skill sets and knowledge beyond the bachelor’s degree level that can help you stand out in your field or support your interests in another field that you may want to pursue further.

PURPOSE: The Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Education is designed to advance your knowledge and skills in a specific area of education.

If you’ve earned your bachelor’s degree, but want to further expand your knowledge and skills to develop your own niche, a certificate program can help you do it. With ten professionally relevant specializations and only 12 credits to complete, the Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Education is a quick and easy way to show your commitment to your field and set yourself apart.

OUTCOMES: You will be introduced to graduate-level coursework in education with an emphasis on applied experiential learning (act, think, conceptualize and apply).

As an educator, you know that learning is more than just reading and writing. In this certificate program, you will not only enhance your understanding of major theories and practices in your specialty, but you will also be challenged to think critically about the topics covered in your courses with the goal of applying what you learn to your profession.

ACHIEVEMENTS: Upon completion of the certificate, you will be prepared to put your newfound knowledge and skills to work inside or outside the classroom, or continue your higher education pursuits at the master’s degree level.

Many of the courses in the certificate program correspond with courses in the Master of Education degree program at NCU. These courses can be applied for transfer credit if you decide to continue your studies.