Certificate in Healthcare Science Education and Career and Technical Specializations
Students seeking Career and Technical Specializations certification who do not hold an associate’s degree must pass the GACE Program Admission Assessment within three (3) years of program admission or prior to program completion, whichever occurs first. All students must take Georgia Educator Ethics – Program Entry (350) Assessment for program admission and pass the Georgia Educator Ethics – Program Exit (360) Assessment for program completion. Successful completion of the following courses qualifies a person for either a second Induction or Professional certificate, depending upon the current level of certification. Students are admitted through a special application process once a year in summer session; they may take these courses either as non-degree or degree-seeking students. Classes offered in fall and spring may be available in a synchronous online format.
- USG Teacher Preparation Program Accountability Report for Healthcare Science
- USG Teacher Preparation Program Accountability Report for Trade & Industrial (from previous years; newly named Career and Technical Specializations)
Course description and classes
View the following catalog entries for each program:
Undergraduate Certificate in Healthcare Science Education
Dr. Janet Burns
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