Graduate Certificate in Legal Aspects of Education
This three course graduate certificate allows educators to acquire knowledge in fundamental legal issues, and study legal developments that schools are likely to encounter.
Passing at the graduate level is considered a B or higher. A maximum of eight hours of C (2.0) grades is applicable, provided that a minimum GPA of 3.0 is reached at the time of program completion and an approved Student Petition is on file in the Office of Records and Registration. Grades of C- or lower are not accepted.
Graduate Degree Opportunity
Students can apply the 12 credits in Legal Aspects of Education to the Master of Arts in Education.
|EDL 522||Legal Rights of Teachers, Parents, and Students in Educational Settings||4|
|EDL 523||Understanding the Education Legal System and Minimizing Occupational Risks||4|
|EDL 524||Educational Bargaining Approaches & Employability Issues||4|