COF-CS Teacher Endorsement
The Computer Science Endorsement program is intended for teachers who want to become computer science educators or assume technology leadership positions in a school or at the district level.
This endorsement must be added to an existing teaching license and cannot be obtained independently as a separate licensure. You may work toward both a master’s degree and the endorsement by choosing the Computer Science concentration in the degree. If you already have a master’s degree in education or another appropriate field, you may be able to earn the endorsement with a 21 credit-hour program.
You must be accepted to the Computer Science Endorsement Program at Kent State University to apply for scholarship.
The 21st Century CS Workplace program will also provide tuition support to computer science teachers in K-12 schools who pursue a Computer Science Endorsement. Any Ohio teacher with a teacher’s educator license can apply for reimbursement The Ohio school’ teacher-scholars can take this professional advancement opportunity and ready to teach growing CS Advanced Placement (AP) and College Credit + (CCP) courses.
COF-CSTE Scholarship is closed for 2020. Subject to availability of funds, your application will be considered for 2021-2022 program.