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Instructional Technology Certificate of Completion


We are not currently admitting candidates to this program.

This program is designed for teachers, school librarians, administrators, and other education professionals who want to explore the uses of new technologies in the classroom, to expand their knowledge of technology and to develop strategies for integrating them into successful teaching and learning activities.

Program benefits

  • Gain confidence in your knowledge of technology tools
  • Discuss the role of technology in the Library Media Center
  • Understand the use and misuse of mobile devices in the classroom
  • Keep up with changing technologies
  • Evaluate and learn to use the many free, online resources

Who is this for?

  • Preservice and in-service teachers
  • School librarians
  • Technology educators
  • Postsecondary instructors

General Information

Program format

  • Offered fully online
  • 16 credits (12 required, 4 elective)

Getting Started

  • Please complete this short interest form so that an advisor can contact you directly. 
  • You do not need to be formally admitted to PSU and there are no prerequisites
  • You may take up to 8 credits per term as a “non-admitted student”
  • Whether you are a first time PSU student or returning student, visit our registration page for information about creating a student account and registering for classes. 
  • Our online software is called Desire2Learn or D2L

What is a Certificate of Completion?

Certificates of Completion are awarded to all students who successfully complete a series of linked courses with a defined focus. The certificate distributed upon completion of the identified courses reflects the total number of credits earned (graduate or undergraduate). These certificates of completion have been approved by the appropriate department(s). The individual courses will appear on your PSU transcript. The title of the certificate of completion will not. This series of courses is not eligible for federal financial aid unless taken as part of a degree program.