The Graduate Certificate in Instructional Communication will be advantageous for community members and professionals who are employed in an educational, organization, or healthcare setting. It will also be appropriate for current graduate students in diverse colleges who can complement their degree with expertise in instructional communication. In order to earn a certificate in instructional communication, students must successfully complete 12 hours of coursework. They may choose any combination of the following courses to tailor their specific instruction context and professional needs.
|CI 616 Foundations of Instructional Communication||3 credits|
|CI 636 Instructional Communication Assessment and Research Methods||3 credits|
|CI 646 Interpersonal Communication and Instruction||3 credits|
|CI 656 Instructional Communication and Technology||3 credits|
|CI 723 Training and Consulting||3 credits|
|CI 726 Communication Leadership Studies||3 credits|
|CI 780 Special Topics in Instructional Communication||3 credits|