Professional & Secondary Ed
Professional and Secondary
206C Recitation Hall
The "EE" program is designed for educators seeking innovative, challenging, and relevant ways to engage their students, as well as those who intend to develop as 21st century teacher leaders.
Evolving within the scope of the College of Education's Institute for Educational Excellence and Entrepreneurship (3E Institute), the Entrepreneurial Education model is based on the following premises:
To learn more about the 3E Institute and Entrepreneurial Education, visit the 3E Institute website at www.3einstitute.org .
Entrepreneurial Education Certificate Program
This 18 credit graduate level program leads to a certificate from West Chester University of Pennsylvania. It can serve as a focus of inquiry in a Masters of Education (M.Ed.) degree.
The certificate courses stimulate the individual's vision and purpose essential to life-long accomplishment, integrity, and commitment to teaching To view the video, click here.
Educators are immersed in innovation, problem-based learning, collaboration, leadership, 21st century skills, and real-world experiences that they incorporate into curricular projects. They may elect externships with local business, industry and/or laboratories as part of their course of study.
Interdisciplinary in nature, the EE certificate includes participation by faculty of the College of Education, the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Business and Public Affairs, and the College of Health Sciences. It also taps subject matter experts from business, industry, science laboratories, and government agencies. The course of study offers a uniquely relevant credential for K-12 educators, special education teachers, art and music teachers, counselors, and school administrators who value vision and opportunity. To view the Graduate Office Information Sheet click here.
The program addresses educators' professional needs at various career stages:
This is an 18 semester-hour certificate program (six courses). All courses carry three graduate credits. Required courses are offered primarily during the summer. Courses may be available online beginning in the summer 2012 semester. Electives are offered as listed in the graduate course schedule.
Admission requires a baccalaureate degree from a college or university in the United States or its equivalent from a school or another country.
For more information, please contact: