The information quality graduate certificate program is a 12-hour program that offers post-baccalaureate students and working professionals opportunities to enhance IQ career entry and growth through specialized study.
The undergraduate certificate in workplace Spanish enables students to develop a practical foundation (intermediate-level proficiency) in Spanish with basic vocabulary and cultural competency critical to serving Arkansas’s growing Spanish-speaking population. The 15-hour, interdisciplinary program is designed for students planning careers in the service professions.
The literacy and culture graduate certificate is designed for candidates who want to improve their skills as reading teachers as well as secondary content teachers who want to learn more about teaching literacy and diverse cultures. The 15-hour certificate program may be applied toward the 30-hour literacy and culture track of the M.Ed. in Reading.
The online writing instruction graduate certificate program is the only graduate-level certificate in the country that provides writing teachers with training specifically in online instruction.
The 15-hour program helps current and new online faculty develop online courses that meet the standards of the Conference on College Composition and Communication Position Statement on Principles and Example Effective Practices for Online Writing Instruction.
The dyslexia therapist graduate certificate program is designed to provide teachers the knowledge and skills to work effectively with students experiencing moderate to severe reading difficulties including dyslexia.