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Course Requirements: 4 courses (12 credits)
Format: Online synchronous courses and independent fieldwork experiences
Typical Course Load: 3 credits for 4 terms (Summer, Fall, Spring, Summer)
Time to Completion: 1-1.5 years
Application Deadlines: April 15 deadline for summer start and July 15 for fall start
Application Requirements: Online application, resume, transcripts, undergraduate GPA of 2.75+ (or 12 graduate credits with a GPA of 2.75+), and proof of English proficiency
International Applicants: A transcript evaluation is required for degrees completed outside of the US
The SEBW Global Certificate Program is a 4-course, 12-credit program that has been designed for educators to meet the social-emotional and mental health needs of all students. In addition to providing educators with knowledge in promoting mental health wellness for all students, the SEBW Certificate Program will also train educators in the supplementary and intensive services that go beyond universal prevention and intervention approaches, to meet the full continuum of student need. The program is relevant to an interdisciplinary group of pre-service and in-service educators, including teachers, special education teachers, school counselors, school psychologists, and school administrators.
Most classes are taught between 16:25-19:05 Eastern Time. Global students should be prepared to join synchronous online classes once or twice a week. The course time is subject to change and will be announced shortly before registration opens for each term. The fall and spring courses include a fieldwork component. Students are responsible for arranging their field experience in their local community.
|Trauma and Resilience in the Schools
|Foundations of Social Emotional Learning
|Multi-Tiered Systems of Social-Emotional Support
|Prevention and Management of Crisis
|Leading Student-Centered Schools
|Social Emotional Learning in Action
*Fieldwork experience required
Julia Aughenbaugh advises global students in the certificate program. She will work with the student on course selection and completing the program requirements. If a student needs to take fewer units or take a leave of absence during the program it can be discussed with the advisor.
The global certificate in Social, Emotional, and Behavioral Wellness is for students living overseas. If you live locally or elsewhere in the US please see the Social, Emotional, and Behavioral Wellness Certificate.
For questions, contact Julia Aughenbaugh, Global Program Manager at email@example.com