Courses | PBC in E-learning

Explore the program requirements for the Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in E-learning.

Program Details

  • 12 credit hours
  • Fully online, asynchronous courses
  • 7-Week courses in fall & spring 
  • A cumulative GPA of at least 3.0

Required Courses

  • MAS 642 Foundations of the E-learning Classroom
    In this course, students will gain knowledge, skills and experiences with a variety of information regarding instructional theory and principles. The content of this course will guide the student in preparing to teach in an online classroom setting.
  • MAS 643 Elements of E-learning Course Development
    This course will focus on principles and practice related to pedagogy and androgogy (teaching adult learners), and the educational tools aligned with both to teach a full course. Deep dives surrounding course design and development of an eLearning course will be explored.
  • MAS 644 Designing and Developing for Blended E-learning Environments
    This course will focus on implementing pedagogy and andragogy to execute the necessary educational tools to teach either a fully online, hybrid or hyflex course. Special focus will be placed on designing and delivering content for complex subject areas such as science labs and the arts.
  • MAS 645 Living the Online Classroom
    This course focuses on engaging data, information, and insights related to the course content, learners, and yourself as the instructor to provide added value to the designed and STAC components of the course.


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