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The Richard W. Riley College of Education and Human Sciences: Certificates:
Graduate Certificate in Integrating Technology in the Classroom

This program is not currently accepting new students. Current students must complete their programs of study in accordance with Walden’s Time-to-Degree Completion policies.

Educators must stay apprised of the latest technologies that support teaching and learning. This certificate provides teachers with the 21st-century knowledge, strategies, and skills to create effective and motivating learning environments, while actively engaging today’s technologically savvy students.

The courses in the certificate provide hands-on, practical opportunities to create learner-centered classrooms using the latest digital technologies. Teachers study ways to meet the needs of diverse learners by incorporating new technologies into instruction across grade levels and content areas.

Note on Endorsement, Licensure, or Certification

This program does not lead to an endorsement, certification, or licensure. Walden makes no representation, warranty, guarantee, or commitment that successful completion of this program or coursework for graduate credit within this program will permit a graduate to obtain state certification or licensure.

The graduate degree program and coursework within the program in which you are enrolling may be accepted by many states toward upgrading or renewing a license or obtaining a salary increase (depending on state or district policy). Teachers are advised to contact their individual school districts as to whether this program may qualify for salary advancement. Walden enrollment specialists can provide guidance on program requirements; however, it remains the individual’s responsibility to understand and comply with all state and school district requirements.

Certificate Requirements

  • 12 total semester credits


  • Students may take this as a non-degree course.
  • Students may take this as a non-degree course.
  • Students may take this as a non-degree course.
  • Students may take this as a non-degree course.

Course Sequence

Semester Course Credits
Semester 1

EDUC 6710 - Understanding the Impact of Technology on Education, Work, and Society

3 semester credits

EDUC 6711 - Bridging Learning Theory, Instruction, and Technology

3 semester credits
Semester 2

EDUC 6712 - Supporting Information Literacy and Online Inquiry in the Classroom

3 semester credits

EDUC 6713 - Integrating Technology Across the Content Areas

3 semester credits