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Continuing Education Courses for Educational Professionals

These individual academic courses from the university's School of Education can help you earn continuing education credits or meet your employer's professional developent requirements.

Our online educational courses are taught by the same professors teaching our degree programs. These courses are convenient, relevant, and affordable, and are ideal if you are an educational professional seeking to maintain certification or looking for career or salary advancement.​

Note: to register for these individual courses, you will first need to complete the university's admission application and select "Graduate Non-Degree Seeking" student when prompted.


EDUC501 - Human Growth and Development
EDUC505 - The Professional School Counselor
EDUC507 - Professional Orientation and Ethical Practice
EDUC515 - Helping Relationships
EDUC530 - Assessment, Evaluation, and Testing I
EDUC533 - Assessment, Evaluation, and Testing II (DSM focus)
EDUC535 - Theories of Counseling
EDUC628 - Social and Cultural Diversity in Counseling
EDUC640 - Research Methods
EDUC645 - Career Counseling & Development
EDUC627 - Group Counseling Theory and Practice (EDUC515 is a prerequisite)
EDUC655 - Counseling Children, Adolescents, and Teens (EDUC515 is a prerequisite)

Educational Leadership

EDUC509 - The Professional School Leader
EDUC514 - Critical Perspectives on Diversity and Culture
EDUC570 - Personnel and Human Resource Management
EDUC641 - Research Methods in Education
EDUC664 - Emerging Issues and Trends in Education Leadership
EDUC669 - Education, Law, Ethics, and Politics
EDUC504 - Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment
EDUC520 - The Principalship
EDUC523 - Supervision of Instruction
EDUC580 - School Finance and Facilities
EDUC651 - Technology Leadership in Education


Foundations of Education
EDUC513 - Critical Perspectives on Diversity and Culture
EDUC518 - Educational Psychology
EDUC525 - Classroom Management (beginning)
EDUC527 - Classroom Management for the 21st Century (advanced)
EDUC528 - Classroom Management for the Digital Educator
EDUC531 - Maximizing Student Achievement through Effective Assessment
EDUC640 - Research Methods in Education
EDUC670 - Education Law, Ethics, and Politics

Methods and STEAM
EDUC549 - Elementary School Arts Across the Curriculum
EDUC671 - Integrated Elementary Mathematics and Sciences

EDUC551 - Inclusive Elementary Reading and Writing
EDUC552 - Inclusive Literacy Strategies
EDUC596 - Literacy Instruction for Struggling and Challenging Students
EDUC611 - Identifying and Diagnosing Reading Difficulties 
EDUC612 - Issues and Models of Language Arts Education
EDUC613 - Teaching Reading and Writing across the Content Areas

Special Education/Differentiation
EDUC561 - Issues and Ideas in Special Education
EDUC590 - Differentiation for Learners in Mixed Ability Classrooms
EDUC614 - Living and Learning with Exceptional Students
EDUC616 - Foundations in Special Education and the Individuals with Disabilities Education
EDUC618 - Classroom Accommodations and Modifications for Special Needs Learners
EDUC630 - Introduction to Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
EDUC637 - Meaningful Inclusive Instruction and Co-Teaching

Technology/Digital Literacy
EDUC621 - Online Learning for the Adult and the K-16 Learner
EDUC622 - Ethics and Legal Issues in Online Learning
EDUC623 - Online Learning and Student Achievement
EDUC624 - Assessment of Online Learning
EDUC625 - Instructional Design in Online Learning
EDUC629 - Personalized and Individualized Online Learning
EDUC639 - Online Teaching Technology Integration
EDUC652 - Powerful Technology Applications for Active Learning Environments

EDUC600 - Diversity and Cultural Issues in TESOL Education
EDUC601 - Methods and Materials in TESOL Education
EDUC603 - Applied Linguistics in TESOL Education