College Teaching (GRAD)
Degree Offered: Cognate, Graduate Certificate
This program is offered in Durham.
The College Teaching Program helps to prepare graduate students for academic teaching positions, and to prepare and enhance the effectiveness of college teaching for faculty members, post-docs, and graduate students enrolled at institutions other than UNH. The transfer and relationship between theory and research and instructional practice is emphasized in all courses.
This is a University-wide program coordinated by the Office of the Dean of the Graduate School and involving the Center for Excellence and Innovation in Teaching and Learning as well as faculty members from many fields and disciplines. Two academic programs are offered: the cognate in college teaching and the certificate in college teaching.
Cognate in College Teaching: The Cognate in College Teaching is open to UNH graduate students in a doctoral program or a terminal master’s degree program.
Certificate in College Teaching: Certificate is open to current faculty members, postdocs, and doctoral students enrolled at institutions other than UNH.
Applicants to the cognate program must have the support and recommendation of their doctoral program coordinator.
Test Scores: None
New England Regional: No
See http://www.unh.edu/cetl/cetl-staff for faculty.