Why Kent State?
These quality graduate online certificate programs offer an alternative to campus-based programs. They allow you more flexibility in both time and space. All KSU online certificate programs are accredited by a national accrediting body and provide a high level of excellence in teaching and learning experiences.
Online Certificate Programs
Individuals in the fields of general education, counseling, occupational therapy, early childhood, school psychology, special education and related professions may find that this program of 7 graduate credit courses will open up the realm of autism via the specialized training included in the coursework for this certificate.
This Masters-level program provides endorsement to a teaching certificate/license. Instructors combine a web-based classroom with coordinating on-the-job experience.
This is an online graduate certificate program in Knowledge Management for individuals seeking to improve skills and employment opportunities in the knowledge management field. Online courses link students, instructors, and guest speakers on a global scale and offer the flexibility of coursework completion at times convenient to the student.
Students can either develop or brush up on their teaching skills to be able to instruct higher education nursing courses, as well as other types of nursing education.
This program is a Masters endorsement to teaching license. The Kent State transition to Work (TTW) endorsement program is for teachers licensed as intervention specialists and vocational educators.
The public health certificate is an undergraduate program that integrates key aspects of preventing disease, prolonging life and promoting health through the organized efforts and informed choices of society, organizations, communities and individuals. Students completing the certificate will have an understanding of emerging issues in public health, the social and behavioral aspects of preventing disease, environmental health concepts, the changing health care system in the U.S., and monitoring diseases in the community through applied public health research.