Online Certificate Programs
The Adult-Gerontology Clinical Nurse Specialist certificate prepares nurses who already have a master’s degree in nursing to be an advanced practice nurse in the subspecialty of adult health. Graduates of the certificate will be eligible to sit for national certification in adult health or gerontology, teach adult health nursing or related courses and practice the specialty in various health care agencies. After completing 525 clinical hours and the complete plan of study, graduates are eligible to apply for the National Certification Examination.
Individuals in the fields of general education, counseling, occupational therapy, early childhood, school psychology, special education and related professions may find that this program of 7 graduate credit courses will open up the realm of autism via the specialized training included in the coursework for this certificate.
The College Teaching Certificate, established in 2005, is designed to enhance teaching competencies at the postsecondary level. It is particularly appropriate for graduate students (from any discipline) interested in a career in college teaching, but also for adjunct and full-time faculty who are currently engaged in a career in academia.
The Community College Leadership Certificate is designed to prepare and enhance the skills of administrators, staff, and faculty in community colleges and regional campuses to meet the leadership challenges posed by social, political, and economic changes.
The Early Intervention certificate is primarily intended for individuals interested in working with young children ages 0-3 who have or are at risk for developmental delays and disabilities and their families across variety of settings. Early Intervention certificate provides skills and competencies specific to: contemporary and recommended practices in EI that are empirically based, contemporary philosophical orientations about young children and families, supporting families and caregivers to enhance children’s growth and development, federal EI legislation, teaming with professionals and family members, ethical conduct in all professional activities, advocacy and inclusive practices.
The online GISc postbaccalaureate certificates from Kent State University offer you the skills and knowledge to delve into exciting and evolving areas within GISc. With the increasing demand for GISc expertise, graduates of the certificate programs can drive innovation and apply modern technologies to their careers, both in nonprofit and for profit sectors. Choose from online certificate options in Environmental Geographic Information Science or Cyber Geographic Information Science to learn about the competencies needed to become a skillful user of modern geospatial technology.
This 100% online program explores emerging trends in the functional, therapeutic and financial aspects of ever-evolving health care facility design.
The Certificate in Health Informatics provides competencies and knowledge in health information systems, health records management, clinical decision support systems and other areas relevant to developing and refining competencies in health informatics.
The Medical Billing certificate provides a basic understanding of software, medical terminology, coding and procedures used in medical settings such as hospitals, clinics, doctors’ offices and outsourcing facilities involved with providing billing operations.
The Nonprofit Management graduate certificate prepares graduates to work in the management and administrative positions in nonprofit organizations across a range of industries. Students acquire basic management skills, as well as applied skills specific to the nonprofit sector, that may include fundraising, executive board relations, policy advocacy and nonprofit law.
The Nurse Educator certificate provides nurses who already have a graduate degree in nursing the additional specialized knowledge and experience that will prepare them for the nurse educator role. The certificate meets the educational requirements for national certification examination.
The Nursing and Health Care Management certificate provides nurses who already have a graduate degree in nursing the additional specialized knowledge that will prepare them for the nurse health care management role.
Kent State University’s Superintendent’s Licensure Cohort is an 18 credit on-line program designed to prepare future superintendents for leadership in the 21st Century. The cohort features the latest research and theory, combined with an emphasis on practical experience.
The purpose of the certificate program in Online and Blended Learning and Teaching is to provide current and potential online educators with a strong foundation in how to design and teach online courses.
The public health certificate is an undergraduate program that integrates key aspects of preventing disease, prolonging life and promoting health through the organized efforts and informed choices of society, organizations, communities and individuals. Students completing the certificate will have an understanding of emerging issues in public health, the social and behavioral aspects of preventing disease, environmental health concepts, the changing health care system in the U.S., and monitoring diseases in the community through applied public health research.
The Web-Enabled E-Learning Knowledge Management certificate provides essential knowledge and skills to interested information professionals.
The Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner certificate prepares nurses who already have a master’s degree in nursing to acquire the additional specialized knowledge and clinical experience that will prepare them for the women’s health nurse practitioner examination. After completing 630 clinical hours and the complete plan of study, graduates are eligible to apply for the national certification examination.