What can one do with an advanced certificate?
Binghamton University's certificate programs allow candidates to develop specialized expertise to complement their main area of study, advance their career, and stand out to employers.
This program is designed for students who possess an initial New York state teacher certification and seek initial and professional certification in Students with Disabilities (SWD) 7-12 Generalist with eligibility for the SWD content area extension.
Educational Leadership (Online and In-person Offering)
This program, open to experienced educators from pre-K to high school, prepares prospective educational leaders to serve in pre-K through grade 12 schools and school districts.
This program is designed for teachers certified or becoming certified and who are seeking New York state certification in ESOL (English to Speakers of Other Languages). For those becoming certified, the advanced certificate can be completed at a part-time or full-time pace. For those already certified and who can complete the program within one calendar year, funding of $900 per course is available throughout June 2021.
This program is offered entirely online, with completion in one year of part-time study. Community schools are a strategy for organizing school and community resources around student success. This is also a concentration option for our MS Educational Studies program.
NOTE: Applications to this program are temporarily suspended. If you have interest in our Community Schools program, please reach out to TLEL@binghamton.edu.