The Graduate Certificate in Education Policy provides students with an understanding of how K-12 education is governed, financed, and regulated in the United States. Students will become familiar with the interaction between federal, state, and local policies and with the context in which education policy is formulated and implemented.
Prospective students who wish to pursue this certificate must apply as non-degree applicants. Learn more on the School of Public Affairs admission web page.
- Courses are offered on campus, online, and in remote and hybrid formats.
- Students must successfully complete 12 credit hours of approved coursework.
- Students must maintain at least a 3.00 cumulative GPA in this program.
- This program must be completed within 7 years.
|PUAD 5200||Education Policy||3|
|PUAD 5210||Education Finance||3|
|Select two elective courses from the list below or select unlisted courses that have been approved in advance by the concentration director:||6|
|Seminar in Nonprofit Management|
|Nonprofits and Public Policy|
|Nonprofit Financial Management|
|Strategic Management for Nonprofit and Public Managers|
|Policy Formulation & Implementation|
|Public Policy Analysis|
|Local Government Management|
|Local Government Politics and Policy|
|Social Problems and Policies|
|Special Topics: Public Administration (Education Systems Leadership and Policy Institute)|
Any graduate-level course offered by the School of Education and Human Development, with the approval of the concentration director