Elmhurst’s Skills for the Digital Earth MOOC (March 30–April 26) explores why “where?” is vitally important to a myriad of disciplines in our digital world.
Tim Ricordati tells the Business Ledger how the School for Professional Studies is designing innovative, attractive ways to help businesses through education.
More than 113,000 students took the AP® Human Geography exam in 2013 and it is estimated that there are 3,200 AP® Human Geography teachers nationwide. As demand for AP® Human Geography exams increase, so will the demand for qualified teachers. It is the single fastest growing subject in the AP® disciplines.
Designed specifically for secondary educators, the Graduate Certificate in Human Geography for AP® program focuses on teaching spatial concepts as well as basic themes, skills and perspectives of AP® Human Geography and how to apply them in the classroom.
In small, cohort-based classes, you’ll work with experienced educators and professionals—and earn a certificate in less than a year. The program is offered entirely online through the Elmhurst College Online Center, providing the convenience teachers want—and need.
The program curriculum correlates directly with the AP® Human Geography Course Description. For more information about the Graduate Certificate in Human Geography for AP® program at Elmhurst College, please browse our course offerings or contact us.
NCGE Public School Teacher Scholarship
This scholarship is available to students in the Graduate Certificate in Human Geography for AP® program. Applicants must be public school teachers and members of the National Council for Geographic Education (NCGE). Recipients will be awarded a tuition reduction of $150 per course to be used within the 2013-2014 academic year.
College Board, Advanced Placement and AP are registered trademarks of the College Board, which is not involved in the development or operation of Elmhurst College's AP Human Geography Certificate Course.
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