Digital Education Leadership
The Digital Education Leadership Certificate is a graduate certificate in the College of Education at Temple University. Prepare to develop a strong vision for facilitating institutional change and making structural and technological decisions regarding digitally based learning, student development and teaching. Coursework explores how effective uses of technology can support learning for students at different development levels.
Fee: Include a fee of $60 for the online application.
Process: You’ll need to complete an online application to the College of Education.
Submit the following materials to be considered for admission into this graduate certificate program.
- Letters of Reference: Submit two letters of recommendation from college or university professors who can speak to your academic abilities. A third letter is optional.
- Transcripts: Official undergraduate and graduate transcripts: Submit your undergraduate and graduate transcripts from all the accredited institutions you’ve attended.
- Statement of Goals: Write a statement outlining your interest in Digital Education Leadership with a specific focus on your interests, target career and your academic and job-related experiences that are relevant to the program.
- Résumé or curriculum vitae: Submit a current copy with your application materials.
International applicants also should submit
- a TOEFL or IELTS score of at least 79 iBT or 6.5 on IELTS. Depending on your score, you might also need to take an English refresher course.
- an official document validating completion and conferral of a degree, a diploma and/or a certificate. Though the World Education Services (WES) isn’t required, applicants are encouraged to submit their transcript(s). See all admissions requirements for international students.
With departmental approval, non-matriculated students can register for up to nine credits of graduate study at Temple. Non-matriculated students may register by completing the Course Registration Form, selecting “Non-Degree Coursework,” and submitting unofficial undergraduate and graduate transcripts from all accredited institutions attended.