Are you teaching in a degree program or approved to teach in one? This micro-credential explores the unique aspects of teaching in a college-based degree program. In this series, you will look at the academic, continuous growth and intellectual engagement expectations associated with Conestoga's degrees. You will delve into aspects of teaching, learning, curriculum, and research that are unique to degree programs. These micro-credential courses also provide credits towards the Post-Secondary Teaching Certificate. NOTE: Faculty must be eligible to teach in a college degree program (Masters or PhD) or have permission of their Chair to enroll.
Awarded by the Registrar's Office to those who have successfully completed a defined list of related courses that focus on a specific competency. Typically less than 136 hours and include assessment. The quality criteria are determined by the college.