The graduate certificate in Technology Facilitation enables students to communicate effectively about technology practices in education and industry settings. Students consider both existing and emerging methods of technology training to include best practice, research, culturally responsive education, and legislation. The program examines ethical considerations for how technology influences teaching, learning, and daily life.
Certificate credit hours may be counted toward earning a Master of Education in Technology Facilitation.
The certificate program consists of 15 graduate credit hours (5 courses) focused on preparing individuals in schools and businesses to serve as technology facilitators. All classes meet at the Frederick Campus in hybrid format.
Individuals wishing to apply for admission into the Certificate in Technology Facilitation program must submit the following:
Completed application; Apply online
Nonrefundable $35 application fee; Checks made payable to Mount St. Mary's University
All transcript(s) from accredited institutions
Two letters of recommendation;
Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, Middle States Commission on Higher Education