Prepare to teach Concurrent Enrollment
If you hold a master’s degree, completion of our Teaching History certificate program provides a path to become eligible for concurrent enrollment instruction.
Diverse, accomplished faculty
Our faculty, comprised of professional historians and a Fullbright scholar, regularly present their work at national and international conferences and publish in journals and books.
Along with developing expertise in the theory and practice of teaching and learning history, you will build advanced historical research skills. Our program concludes with a capstone summer institute, that includes hands-on experience with resources in our Special Collections and Osher Map Library.
Flexible course options
Our Teaching History graduate certificate program is also available online. You could choose to take all of your courses online, or take a blend of online and in-person courses.
Our graduate admissions counselors are here to answer your questions about the admissions process, our academic programs, and student support services.
Admission information: Certificate of Graduate Study in Teaching History | In Person
We accept applications on a rolling basis and review them continuously.
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