The Certificate of Recognition in e-Learning is a fifteen-credit program designed for educators and curriculum developers across multiple settings. The COR focuses on the design, delivery, and evaluation of high quality e-learning materials that are used for both fully online and blended learning environments. Candidates gain employment in business and industry, K-12, and higher education as organizations work to optimize the use of telecommunications technologies to enhance individual and collaborative learning.
After completing the Certificate of Recognition Program in e-Learning, the student will be able to:
Students seeking admission to the COR program must have earned an undergraduate degree in business from an accredited college/university. Further, those seeking admission must have an undergraduate business degree or have completed business core courses from an accredited community college or college/university. All course pre-requisites must be met.
All students will be required to successfully complete a total of fifteen credits of courses. All course pre-requisites must be met. The COR will include a combination of in-class and online course offerings. BTST 542– Training Methods in Business and Information Technology Support (3 cr )BTST 675 – Web Design Theory and Application (3 cr )BTED/COMM 609 – Innovations in E-learning (3 cr )BTST 642 – Training and Development in Business/Workforce Development (3 cr)
One of the following courses: BTST 655 – Emerging Information Technologies (3 cr )BTST 680 – Technical Update 3 cr
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