Community College Faculty Preparation Certificate
The Graduate Certificate in Community College Faculty Preparation is designed to complement a master's degree and must be earned concurrently or at the post-grad level.
Characteristics of the CCFP program include:
- Discipline-independent program consisting of three graduate courses
- Pre-/co-requisite: master’s degree with 18 hours in a teaching discipline
- Optional to students and to academic departments/programs within the University
Completion of the CCFP program and an appropriate master’s degree will culminate in the awarding of a Certificate by
The Certificate provides evidence that the student has completed the program.
The Community College Faculty Preparation certificate may be completed at a distance
with advisor approval and proper planning. The
discipline specific requirement of 18 hours may be completed online in certain subject areas. Students may select an area of emphasis from
any of the online MA or MS programs, if an online pathway is needed.
For more information about the cost of the program, average time to complete the program,
and other important information,
please visit this website.
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