Continuing Education & Certificates
Whether you're looking to advance your skills or fulfill requirements for licensure, the School of Education offers varying levels of continuing education courses. Classes are frequently on demand and self-paced, which means you complete all coursework online, on your schedule. Educators can also receive CEUs toward licensure renewal requirements for some courses.
Helping your students thrive in the classroom means staying up to date on the latest in the field of education. Our certificate programs are a great fit for educators looking to expand their knowledge in a specific content area or explore a new one. Our certificates correspond to our wide variety of licensure and master's degree options and are often completed in 12-16 credits (3-4 classes).
Continuing Education Courses for Educators
Continuing Education courses offer self-guided, non-degree programs that can fulfill requirements for your teaching license, help you learn new skills, and expand your knowledge in a particular content area.
Gain a solid understanding of the evidence-based practices used when working with students who have autism spectrum disorder.
Learn how to identify and help students who face the impacts of trauma.
This PELSB-approved course meets licensure renewal requirements for K-12 educators in Minnesota who need to complete cultural competency training.
Our Graduate Certificates offer an opportunity for current teachers and administrators to gain knowledge in a specific content area. Certificate courses also count toward concentrations in some of our educational leadership programs.
Certificate in Autism Spectrum Disorders
Discover the ways that ASD challenges a student so you can best serve these students in the classroom.
Learning Technology Leadership and Innovation
This competency-based certificate prepares current and future education leaders to advocate for technology innovation and lead equitable learning initiatives.
Music Education Certificates
Our Music Education Certificates cover 5 topic areas and are designed for professionals who would like to pursue studies but do not wish to attain a graduate degree.
Mission & Culture in Catholic Education
Studying the Catholic tradition of reflection on education helps educators bring the resources of that tradition into your schools and the lives of your students.
Reading (K-12) Endorsement
Designed for classroom teachers who want to sharpen their skills and increase the effectiveness of their reading instruction or to work as a literacy leader or coach, a reading intervention or a remediation provider.
Catholic School Educators Two-Course Study
The Catholic Studies Graduate Program’s Mission and Culture Study and Certificate provide Catholic school educators the principles to develop more mission-driven schools and classrooms.