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If you are interested in our program and would like more information or if you have additional questions, please contact the AEDT Administrative Assistant.
Loyola HallRoom 511
Phone: (206) 296-6170
The post-master’s certificate in community college teaching provides practical teaching preparation for individuals who seek or hold teaching positions in community colleges. Individuals seeking the certificate usually will have a master’s degree in a content area taught in the community college system. The certificate is not required in Washington community colleges.
The courses and the required supervised teaching experience are designed to provide an overview of the characteristics of community college students; the history, purposes, beliefs, aims, and administrative structure of the community and technical college system in the state of Washington; program planning and course development; and instructional methods.
AEDT 510 Course Design for Adult Learners (3)AEDT 561 Internship in Community College Setting (3)AEDT 563 Instructional Methods for Adult Learners (3)EDUC 513 Adult Learning (3)SDAD 559 The American Community College (3)
A minimum of 15 credits must be taken at Seattle University. If students have completed courses that are substantially similar to those required for the certificate, substitutions may be made from other course offerings at Seattle University.
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