As the number of online degrees and certificates programs increase, the need for online educators who are able to facilitate web-based learning becomes in demand.
The Online Teaching and Learning Certificate program provides graduate students with the tools and knowledge needed to work in the field of online education. Webster students learn to design curriculum that is appropriate for online learning and use technology such as mobile apps and video conferencing within the learning environment. As a certificate offered by the School of Education, students may earn the graduate certificate alone or as part of a master's degree at Webster University.
Online Teaching and Learning Academic Programs
To read about specific program requirements, learning outcomes and how to apply, click on a program from the following list:
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