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ITEC

Instructional Technology

Online Teaching Certificate

Not currently enrolling in this program.
Program Description

The Department of Instructional Technology in the Bagwell College of Education is offering an Online Teaching Certificate program. The purpose of the program is to prepare candidates with the knowledge, skills, and dispositions to become effective online teachers. Over the course of three semesters, candidates in the Online Teaching Certificate program will complete three (3) online courses (9 credit hours), two (2) field experiences, two (2) online practicum experiences, and an electronic portfolio. When all requirements have been completed, the three courses will appear on your KSU transcript under Online Teaching Certificate.

Program of Study

SEMESTER I (Summer)
ITEC 7480 Introduction to Online Learning (3)

SEMESTER II (Fall)
ITEC 7481 Designing & Developing Online Learning (3)

SEMESTER III (Spring) 
ITEC 7482 Facilitating Online Learning (3)

Total 9 hours

How do I Apply

*NOTE: All online teaching certificate candidates must have access/permission to teach a group of K12 students during the spring semester for ITEC 7482. This is typically provided through a candidate's full time job. Other arrangements are permitted, but not provided. This placement is the responsibility of the candidate.

  1. Complete the Online Graduate Application, if you are not currently a KSU Student.  
  2. Complete the Online Teaching Program Application
  3. (2015 update) Additional application materials may be necessary; however, the OTE/C coordinator will notify you.
Contact Us

For more information please Contact Dr. Anissa Vega - avega4@kennesaw.edu  

CLARIFICATION: THIS IS NOT AN INITIAL TEACHING CERTIFICATION PROGRAM FOR GEORGIA TEACHERS OR ASPIRING GEORGIA TEACHERS. THIS ONLINE TEACHING CERTIFICATE IS FOR TEACHERS ALREADY CERTIFIED OR ALREADY TEACHING OUTSIDE OF GEORGIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS.