This five-semester plan of study features cohort classes, lock-step weekend class scheduling, and an emphasis on acquiring advanced skills and knowledge needed to solve the pressing concerns of today's fast-paced economy.
A maximum of nine hours of certificate coursework may be taken after the student has earned the undergraduate degree. At least half of the required certificate coursework must be completed in residence at the University. A student may not earn a certificate in the same field as his or her major, and at least one certificate course must be outside the requirements of the major.
However, certificate courses outside the major may be counted toward other degree requirements.
Students should apply for the certificate when they apply for graduation or when they complete the certificate program, whichever is later. Transcript recognition is awarded at the end of that semester or summer session.
The above requirements do not apply to Extended Campus students who are not seeking a degree from The University of Texas at Austin. For Extended Campus students, all of the required course work in a certificate program must be University of Texas at Austin credit, unless otherwise specified for a specific program.
Extended Campus students apply for transcript recognition at the time of certificate completion and transcript recognition is awarded at that time.
Not all transcript-recognized certificate programs are available to Extended Campus students. Each of the following transcript-recognized certificate programs is described in the catalog section for the college that sponsors it.
Certificate programs that do not lead to transcript recognition are also described in the following sections of this catalog.The MSN Nurse Midwifery track is completed in 51 semester credit hours.
A Post-Master's Nurse Midwifery certificate is also available to those who currently hold a Master of Science in Nursing and wish to assume a specialized role in midwifery. Enrolling in Online Courses/Degrees.
Enrolling in online courses is the same as for a face to face course. Students must first be admitted to the university. Once you've completed all the certificate requirements, applied for certification, and received approval on your certification form, you will receive a digital Elements of Computing certificate and completion letter at the end of the certification process.
A valid Texas teaching certificate Three years of successful teaching experience in an accredited school (can be completed before, during, or after coursework) Guidelines can be found on the SBEC website.
You’ll learn all the skills needed for a Texas Teaching certificate. Start your teaching career with Texas Teachers’ state-approved teacher certification. You’ll learn all the skills needed for a Texas Teaching certificate.
Upon completion of your training coursework and other program requirements, you will be fully certified to teach. Click here for a list of certificate offerings. Texas A&M University-Kingsville offers three routes for certification: Completion of coursework requirements; You will receive automated email confirmations from TEA/SBEC throughout processing.
For updates, select "Application Status" from your account.