PBC in E-learning*

Whether you are exploring e-learning for the first time or taking your instructional design skills to the next level, the online Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in E-learning offers learning professionals like you the opportunity to deepen the theory and practical application of e-learning in your work and advance your leadership.

  • Fully online, with no set class meeting times 
  • 7-Week courses taught by faculty credentialed to teach online
  • Cover all areas of e-learning, including 
- Instructional design,
- Marketing, and 
- Administration of degree programs at the undergraduate and graduate level.
*Pending SACSCOC approval
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Build on your existing knowledge to develop in-demand skills that you can use to enhance student learning and advance your career.

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Cost & Aid

Get details on our costs, which are competitive with those of other top universities. Our goal is to provide an online education that's both exceptional and affordable.

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PBC eLRN Stat Arrow"Employment of training and development specialists is projected to grow in many industries as companies develop and introduce new media and technology into their training programs. Innovations in training methods and learning technology should continue throughout the next decade."

— Occupational Outlook Handbook, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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