The College of Education's graduate certificate programs assist individuals who have a college degree further their academic experience by focusing more specifically on an aspect of education.
This program is designed for Illinois educators interested in advance study and preparation in the organization and administration of the management of fiscal, as well as physical, and human resources of a public school district in Illinois.
This year-long, five course sequence of study aims to increase the number of personnel qualified to provide early intervention for Illinois children who are deaf and hard of hearing.
Requirements for certification as a Director of Special Education may be met through a degree program (Doctorate in Special Education) or through a post-master's, non-degree program.
The Behavior Intervention program is a five-course sequence that prepares special education teachers to serve students with challenging behavioral needs
The Curriculum Adaptation program is a five-course sequence that prepares special education teachers to adapt, augment, and modify curricula to meet the needs of students with disabilities. llinois State offers a program for almost every subject area that can be taught in the State of Illinois!
The Multiple Disabilities program is a 5-course sequence that prepares special education teachers to meet the needs of students with moderate, severe, and multiple disabilities
The Transition program is a four-course sequence that prepares secondary transition personnel to develop, implement, and evaluate secondary transition programs across disability categories
Are you a certified teacher who wants to become a school librarian? Illinois State University offers coursework in school librarianship designed especially for teachers seeking endorsement as Library Information Specialists.
Superintendent endorsement on a Professional Educator License may be obtained within the post-master's endorsement program or within the doctoral program.