Northwest University's School of Education promotes life-long learning through our continuing education program. These courses are designed to provide non-credit, continuing education (which can be converted to graduate credit with payment of full tuition at graduate rates and program admission).
|Date||Course Code||Course Title||Delivery Method|
|Fall '13||EDMA 5063||Educational Research Methods||Evening|
|Fall '13||EDMA 5613||The Integrated Teacher||Hybrid|
|Spring '14||EDMA 5452||Assessment & Exceptionality||Hybrid|
|Spring '14||EDMA 5872||Co-Teaching Strategies||Hybrid|
|Spring '14||EDMA 5102||Introduction to English Language Learners||Hybrid|
|Spring '14||EDMA 5112||Methods & Materials for ELL||Hybrid|
|Summer '14||EDMA 5712||Data Analysis||Hybrid|
|Summer '14||EDMA 5872||Teacher Leadership & Coaching||Hybrid|
|Summer '14||EDMA 5613||Harassment, Intimidation, Bullying (HIB) & Moral Education||Hybrid|
|Summer '14||EDMA 5122||Grammar for ELL||Hybrid|
In addition, we offer a strong ProCert Support Program designed to facilitate teachers' completion of the ProTeach assessment. Find out more about our ProCert Support Program.
You can request more information, or speak with our Enrollment Counselor for the School of Education: