Graduate Certificate in Career-based Intervention

Requirements for the Certificate in Career-based Intervention

For the Certificate, students must complete the following program requirements: 

  • A minimum of 9 semester hours of approved graduate course work

For the Ohio licensure endorsement, students must complete additional requirements to fulfill the credential requirements as well as the certificate requirements.

Courses may be included as part of a master's degree program as approved by the student's faculty advisor. Master's level courses (5000/6000 level) may be included as part of a master's plan of study.

All coursework and requirements of the certificate must be taken within a four-year period immediately preceding the date the degree is awarded.

Certificate Coursework

Select the following:
CTE 5020Occupational Safety And Liability3
CTE 5140Cooperative Education3
CTE 5160Curriculum Development & Teaching3


Below is a guide for developing a Plan of Study for the graduate certificate. Students should review their degree audit and work with their faculty advisor to identify specific courses to fulfill program requirements. 

Plan of Study Grid
First TermHours
CTE 5140 Cooperative Education 3
Second Term
CTE 5160 Curriculum Development & Teaching 3
Third Term
CTE 5020 Occupational Safety And Liability 3
 Total Hours9
  • Standard 1. Candidates know and understand the content and specific concepts related to Career-based Intervention education.
  • Standard 2. Candidates create learning environments that promote high levels of learning and achievement for all students.
  • Standard 3. Candidates demonstrate the ability to plan and deliver effective instruction that advances the learning of each individual student.
  • Standard 4. Candidates understand and use varied assessments to inform instruction, evaluate, and ensure student learning.
  • Standard 5. Candidates collaborate and communicate with students, parents, other educators, administrators, and the community to support student learning.
  • Standard 6. Candidates assume responsibility for professional growth, performance and involvement as an individual and as a member of a learning community.