Elementary Education Certification

The Graduate Level Elementary Education (K-5) certification program is 21 credit hours and consists of four initial courses, followed by a seminar and internship. The program is organized in a developmental sequence with initial courses providing a foundation for later courses.

Elementary Education (K-5) Certification Requirements

GLTP-500Conceptual Frameworks for Teaching and Learning3
Early Literacy3
GLTP-510Curriculum & Teaching in Elementary School: Math3
GLTP-515Curriculum & Teaching in Elementary School: Science, Social Studies, & the Arts3
GLTP-570Seminar and Intership in Teaching*9

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