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Canvas for Online Learning
IELP 5995-350
This course is designed for teachers who are looking to modernize their classrooms with a Learning Management System to support a "Blended Learning" environment or teach an online course. This course will only cover the use of the Canvas LMS.

Flex Course Option:
Experience learning with the best of both worlds, online and in-person. Flex courses allow you to spend one day in the UEN lab and complete the remainder of the course online.

Expected Learning Outcomes:
At the conclusion of this course participants should be able to:
  • Create a "Visual home Page" or Syllabus landing page.
  • Create two or more modules to contain class content.
  • Create a minimum of one discussion activity to promote asynchronous student dialogue.
  • Create a minimum of two graded assignments with at least one of them collecting student work in Canvas.
  • Create one more quizzes that show an understanding of how to use at least four types of questions.
  • Create a minimum of one "Canvas Outcome" that can also be used in a rubric for one of the graded assignments.

Credit / Licensure Points:
Credit is recorded according to the credit type selected during enrollment. 

  • USOE Credit: Credit is recorded in the USOE OnTrack System.
  • SUU Credit: UEN will email the participant the SUU credit form after successful completion of course. Upon receipt of the form, participants should add their payment, complete the form and mail to SUU within 30 days. SUU records the participants credit in a university transcript. SUU charges a $21 per credit transcription fee.
  • Certificate: Certificates are provided to participants at the end of the course either in-person or via email.
For more details on credit types visit the Policies & Procedures page.
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Starts Starts: 9/30/2017 8:30 AM
Sessions Session: 1
Credits Credits: 1 SUU Credit, 1 USBE Credit , and 15 Certificate Credits
Location Location:
Status Status: 11 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 30 seats
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Canvas for Online Learning
IELP 5995-350
This course is designed for teachers who are looking to modernize their classrooms with a Learning Management System to support a "Blended Learning" environment or teach an online course. This course will only cover the use of the Canvas LMS.

Expected Learning Outcomes:
At the conclusion of this course participants should be able to:
  • Create a "Visual home Page" or Syllabus landing page.
  • Create two or more modules to contain class content.
  • Create a minimum of one discussion activity to promote asynchronous student dialogue.
  • Create a minimum of two graded assignments with at least one of them collecting student work in Canvas.
  • Create one more quizzes that show an understanding of how to use at least four types of questions.
  • Create a minimum of one "Canvas Outcome" that can also be used in a rubric for one of the graded assignments.

Credit / Licensure Points:
Credit is recorded according to the credit type selected during enrollment. 

  • USOE Credit: Credit is recorded in the USOE OnTrack System.
  • SUU Credit: UEN will email the participant the SUU credit form after successful completion of course. Upon receipt of the form, participants should add their payment, complete the form and mail to SUU within 30 days. SUU records the participants credit in a university transcript. SUU charges a $21 per credit transcription fee.
  • Certificate: Certificates are provided to participants at the end of the course either in-person or via email.
For more details on credit types visit the Policies & Procedures page.
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Starts Starts: 11/13/2017 8:30 AM
Sessions Sessions: 2
Credits Credits: 1 SUU Credit, 1 USBE Credit , and 15 Certificate Credits
Location Location:
Status Status: 17 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 30 seats
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Cloud Classrooms with Chromebooks
IELP 5620-365
Bring the Cloud to your Classroom! This "Bring Your Own Device" workshop is designed to help educators effectively integrate Chromebooks and Cloud tools into a project-based educational framework. Participants gain experience using Chromebooks, evaluating applications (apps) for educational use, and exploring strategies for teaching with this technology. 

Expected Learning Outcomes
At the conclusion of this course participants should be able to:
  • Understand how a Chromebook differs from a traditional computer or tablet.
  • Identify and explore student tools for communicating, collaborating, storing and sharing in the cloud.
  • Design classroom activities using a variety of cloud tools for students.

Credit / Licensure Points:
Credit is recorded according to the credit type selected during enrollment. 
  • USOE Credit: Credit is recorded in the USOE OnTrack System.
  • SUU Credit: UEN will email the participant the SUU credit form after successful completion of course. Upon receipt of the form, participants should add their payment, complete the form and mail to SUU within 30 days. SUU records the participants credit in a university transcript. SUU charges a $21 per credit transcription fee.
  • Certificate: Certificates are provided to participants at the end of the course either in-person or via email.
For more details on credit types visit the Policies & Procedures page.
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Starts Starts: 9/23/2017 8:30 AM
Sessions Sessions: 2
Credits Credits: 1 SUU Credit, 1 USBE Credit , and 15 Certificate Credits
Location Location:
Status Status: Closed
Class Size Class size: 24 seats
Closed Enrollment
Create Online Educational Media
IELP 5120-365
This course helps teachers find and create digital learning objects to support student learning using resources from UEN’s Pioneer Online Library, eMedia, my.uen and more. Participants practice 21st Century skills such as creating mashups, virtual pop-up books, educational interactives and more while exploring strategies for integrating digital media in ways that can increase student engagement and positive learning outcomes. Special emphasis is placed on the ethical use of source material.

Expected Learning Outcomes
At the conclusion of this course participants should be able to:
  • Find effective and appropriate digital learning objects, by evaluating and curating learning objects from multiple sources.
  • Create online characters and stories, by learning to effectively use online media services like Voki and ToonDoo.
  • Create educational interactives (including games, puzzles, and other activities), by mastering creative tools like Socrative, SuperTeacherTools, and Zondle.
  • Create educational mashups by combining audio, video, images, text, etc.
  • Make available to their students the digital learning object they create, by learning to publish them on their websites.

Credit / Licensure Points:
Credit is recorded according to the credit type selected during enrollment. 
  • USOE Credit: Credit is recorded in the USOE OnTrack System.
  • SUU Credit: UEN will email the participant the SUU credit form after successful completion of course. Upon receipt of the form, participants should add their payment, complete the form and mail to SUU within 30 days. SUU records the participants credit in a university transcript. SUU charges a $21 per credit transcription fee.
  • Certificate: Certificates are provided to participants at the end of the course either in-person or via email.
For more details on credit types visit the Policies & Procedures page.
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Starts Starts: 12/7/2017 8:30 AM
Sessions Sessions: 2
Credits Credits: 1 SUU Credit, 1 USBE Credit , and 15 Certificate Credits
Location Location:
Status Status: 25 wait spaces available
Class Size Class size: 30 seats
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Creating Critical Thinkers Through Coding
IELP 5285-350
Designed for non-computer programming educators who are interested in making coding part of their curriculum, either in regular classroom instruction or as part of an after school program. This online workshop will focus on improving students' critical thinking and problem solving skills utilizing coding activities, both unplugged and online.  This course covers the basic concepts of coding and will teach participants beginning elements of the coding language Blockly. Additionally, educators will program various robots and other educational manipulatives.

Expected Learning Outcomes
At the conclusion of this course participants should be able to:
  • Identify and apply the following computer programming concepts: algorithm, loops, debugging, conditionals and functions.
  • Use online coding websites to teach code by completing online modules on code.org and other related websites.
  • Organize unplugged activities, incorporating computer programming concepts.
  • Scaffold computer programming activities for a variety of age and ability levels
  • Integrate critical thinking and problem solving skills into coding curriculum.
  • Design an implementation plan for computer programming in their classroom.

Credit / Licensure Points:
Credit is recorded according to the credit type selected during enrollment. 
  • USBE Credit: Credit is recorded in the USBE OnTrack System.
  • SUU Credit: UEN will email the participant the SUU credit form after successful completion of course. Upon receipt of the form, participants should add their payment, complete the form and mail to SUU within 30 days. SUU records the participants credit in a university transcript. SUU charges a $21 per credit transcription fee.
  • Certificate: Certificates are provided to participants at the end of the course either in-person or via email.
For more details on credit types visit the Policies & Procedures page.
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Starts Starts: 11/9/2017 8:30 AM
Sessions Sessions: 2
Credits Credits: 1 SUU Credit, 1 USBE Credit , and 15 Certificate Credits
Location Location:
Status Status: 22 wait spaces available
Class Size Class size: 30 seats
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Engaging Online Learning with Canvas
IELP 5598-365
This six-week online course is an advanced Canvas course that will provide teachers a next step in using the Canvas LMS for online teaching and learning.  Teachers will learn to use Canvas to create visual interactive homepages, enable and use the Learning Mastery Gradebook feature, build question banks, and use advanced features in Canvas Assignments and Graded Discussions.  The final project for this online class will be a complete Canvas Course created by the participant that includes modules, activities, and "Canvabadges".

Outcomes:
At the conclusion of this course participants should be able to:
  • Create a course in Canvas to use in either an online, blended, or flipped class.
  • Build visually engaging and interactive content pages in the Canvas LMS.
  • Activate and use the "Learning Mastery Gradebook" feature in Canvas.
  • Create quiz questions and question banks that can be easily accessed and used in future Canvas Assignments.
  • Implement advanced features in Canvas Discussions and Assignments like Peer Reviews, Group Assignments, and video materials.
  • Add CanvaBadges to course modules for rewarding progress

Credit / Licensure Points:
Credit is recorded according to the credit type selected during enrollment. 

  • USOE Credit: Credit is recorded in the USOE OnTrack System.
  • SUU Credit: UEN will email the participant the SUU credit form after successful completion of course. Upon receipt of the form, participants should add their payment, complete the form and mail to SUU within 30 days. SUU records the participants credit in a university transcript. SUU charges a $21 per credit transcription fee.
  • Certificate: Certificates are provided to participants at the end of the course either in-person or via email.
For more details on credit types visit the Policies & Procedures page.
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Dates Dates: 10/26/2017 - 12/6/2017
Credits Credits: 1 SUU Credit, 1 USBE Credit , and 15 Certificate Credits
Location Location:
Status Status: 21 wait spaces available
Class Size Class size: 30 seats
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General Financial Literacy Methods & Resources
EDUC: 7777
This professional development, which is required by SB 40, will provide teachers with a high quality professional learning experience to strengthen implementation of the Standards and Objectives for General Financial Literacy to improve student success in college and career.

This is the 12-week online portion of the GFL Bootcamp course.  
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Dates Dates: 1/12/2018 - 4/4/2018
Credits Credits: 3 SUU Credit and 3 USBE Credit
Location Location:
Status Status: 5 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 30 seats
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Immersive Learning with Breakout EDU
IELP 5100-390
Designed for educators who want to step up student engagement while tackling the Four Cs of education (creativity, critical thinking, communication, collaboration).  Breakout EDU is education’s spin on the escape room.  In this 2-day course, educators will participate in multiple Breakout EDU learning games, explore the tools and resources needed to develop their own game, and learn modifications for every age, ability level and budget.   Breakout EDU can be used with all content areas and ages.

Expected Learning Outcomes
At the conclusion of this course participants should be able to:
  • Identify and understand how the Four Cs are integrated with the key concepts of Breakout EDU.
  • Access Breakout EDU games and support resources through breakoutedu.com and online communities.
  • Build a Breakout EDU box to use with any content area.
  • Use a variety of manipulatives to create your own Breakout EDU game.
  • Implement a Breakout EDU immersive game in your classroom
Credit / Licensure Points:
Credit is recorded according to the credit type selected during enrollment. 
  • USBE Credit: Credit is recorded in the USBE OnTrack System.
  • SUU Credit: UEN will email the participant the SUU credit form after successful completion of course. Upon receipt of the form, participants should add their payment, complete the form and mail to SUU within 30 days. SUU records the participants credit in a university transcript. SUU charges a $21 per credit transcription fee.
  • Certificate: Certificates are provided to participants at the end of the course either in-person or via email.
For more details on credit types visit the Policies & Procedures page.
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Starts Starts: 12/2/2017 8:30 AM
Sessions Sessions: 2
Credits Credits: 1 SUU Credit, 1 USBE Credit , and 15 Certificate Credits
Location Location:
Status Status: 24 wait spaces available
Class Size Class size: 30 seats
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Intel: Assessment in the 21st Century Classroom
IELP 5150
Assessment in 21st Century Classrooms is an interactive e-learning experience that offers an in-depth look at assessment that meets the needs of 21st century teaching and learning. In this course, teachers see how assessment strategies can benefit their teaching practices and their students' learning. They learn how to plan, develop, and manage student-centered assessment. They follow three teachers who are implementing embedded and ongoing assessment methods in their classrooms. The course offers opportunities to apply the assessment concepts with action planning exercises.

Expected Learning Outcomes
At the conclusion of this course participants should be able to:


Module 1
  • Understand the characteristics of 21st century classrooms
  • Review 21st century skills and how they are assessed
  • Learn how formative and summative assessment are used in 21st century
    classrooms
Module 2
  • Understand the purposes of assessment in 21st century classrooms
  • Review assessment methods
  • Learn characteristics of effective rubrics
  • Become familiar with the Assessing Projects library
Module 3
  • Understand how assessment is integrated in instructional activities
  • Review information and research about self- and peer assessment
  • Understand how student-teacher conferences enhance assessment
  • Explore ways to assess learning over time through portfolios
  • Review assessment instruments for different purposes
Module 4
  • Learn how to plan assessment around standards and 21st century skills
  • Develop an assessment plan
  • Create assessments for a project or unit
Module 5
  • Learn strategies for students’ new roles in assessment
  • Create activities and resources to support self-assessment
  • Learn how to manage ongoing assessment
  • Plan how to use assessment data
  • Create a process to use assessments for grading
Massive Open Online Course (MOOC)
These courses are open entry/exit with no enrollment cap. All coursework and assignments can be completed at the participants own pace. There is very limited instructor interaction. This course section will be open until 
December 31, 2017.  All coursework in this MOOC must be completed by December 31, 2017.

Course Syllabus

Credit / Licensure Points:
Credit is recorded according to the credit type selected during enrollment.
  • USBE Credit: Credit is recorded in the USBE OnTrack System.
  • SUU Credit: UEN will email the participant the SUU credit form after successful completion of course. Upon receipt of the form, participants should add their payment, complete the form and mail to SUU within 30 days. SUU records the participants credit in a university transcript. SUU charges a $21 per credit transcription fee.
  • Certificate: Certificates are provided to participants at the end of the course either in-person or via email.
For more details on credit types visit the Policies & Procedures page.
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Dates Dates: 1/12/2017 - 12/31/2017
Credits Credits: 1 SUU Credit, 1 USBE Credit , and 15 Certificate Credits
Location Location:
Status Status: 327 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 500 seats
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Intel: Collaboration in the Digital Classroom
IELP 5160
Collaboration in the Digital Classroom is an interactive e-learning experience that offers an in-depth look at collaboration with a focus on online collaborative tools. In this course, teachers see how collaboration helps students develop 21st century thinking skills, deepen content understanding, and prepare them for the global world. Teachers learn how to plan and manage collaboration activities that integrate online collaborative tools increasingly part of our globally connected workplaces. They follow two teachers as they implement collaborative experiences in their classrooms. The course offers opportunities to apply the collaboration concepts with action planning exercises.

Expected Learning Outcomes
At the conclusion of this course participants should be able to:


Module 1
  • Understand why collaboration is an important skill for now and the future.
  • Become familiar with the Digital Collaboration Framework.
  • Understand the benefits and challenges of a collaborative classroom.
  • Become familiar with the traits of collaboration.
Module 2

  • Learn how different collaboration purposes can achieve learning objectives.
  • Understand how to use the Digital Collaboration Framework to design purposeful.
  • collaborative experiences.
  • Review methods and instruments for assessing collaboration processes.

Module 3
  • Understand the differences between the old Web and the new, more collaborative
    Web.
  • Review different types of Web-based tools and how they can support. collaboration.
  • Learn how to find and choose the best tools for the job.
Module 4
  • Build on the digital skills students use daily to support digital collaboration.
  • Investigate strategies to help students become skilled digital collaborators.
  • Examine ways to help students behave ethically online.
Module 5
  • Understand and promote appropriate and safe online behavior.
  • Learn how to manage and support collaborators.
  • Learn strategies to set up and provide access to technology for collaboration.
  • Prepare for unexpected challenges that can occur with online collaboration and
    technology.
Massive Open Online Course (MOOC)
These courses are open entry/exit with no enrollment cap. All coursework and assignments can be completed at the participants own pace. There is very limited instructor interaction. This course section will be open until Dec 31, 2017. All coursework in this MOOC must be completed by Dec 31, 2017.

Course Syllabus

Credit / Licensure Points:
Credit is recorded according to the credit type selected during enrollment.
  • USBE Credit: Credit is recorded in theUSBE OnTrack System.
  • SUU Credit: UEN will email the participant the SUU credit form after successful completion of course. Upon receipt of the form, participants should add their payment, complete the form and mail to SUU within 30 days. SUU records the participants credit in a university transcript. SUU charges a $21 per credit transcription fee.
  • Certificate: Certificates are provided to participants at the end of the course either in-person or via email.
For more details on credit types visit thePolicies & Procedurespage.
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Dates Dates: 1/12/2017 - 12/31/2017
Credits Credits: 1 SUU Credit, 1 USBE Credit , and 15 Certificate Credits
Location Location:
Status Status: 336 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 500 seats
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Intel: Designing Blended Learning
IELP 5170
Designing Blended Learning is an e-learning course for teachers that explains and demonstrates blended learning with interactive activities and locally relevant classroom examples. The course helps teachers transition to blended learning experiences and provides the background rationale, planning strategies, and suggested technology tools. It offers suggestions for assessing student learning in a blended course and managing the day-to-day blended environment. 

Expected Learning Outcomes
At the conclusion of this course participants should be able to:


Module 1
  • Define blended learning.
  • Understand the benefits of a blended learning environment.
  • Understand the basic features of blended learning.
  • Become familiar with the blended learning continuum.
Module 2
  • Consider how content standards and objectives and blended learning purposes will
    impact decisions about planning for blended learning.
  • Review the availability of technology for the blended classroom.
  • Explore how instructional activities can be integrated into a blended learning
    environment.
  • Develop a plan to implement blended learning into your classroom.
Module 3
  • Examine methods for using a learning management system (LMS) to foster student
    communication and learning in a digital environment.
  • Become familiar with the blended learning toolkit.
  • Explore online resources and digital tools as an integral component of blended
    learning.
  • Explore ideas for presenting curriculum online using synchronous and asynchronous
    communication tools.
  • Investigate professional support resources for teachers in a blended learning
    environment.
Module 4
  • Learn about the different purposes for assessment in a blended learning
    environment.
  • Explore different formative assessment strategies for a blended classroom
  • Consider the benefits of different methods of summative assessment.
  • Design your own Assessment Timeline.
Module 5
  • Explore considerations for implementing effective blended learning programs.
  • Learn management techniques for creating safe and ethical online learning
    environments.
  • Identify skill requirements for staff and students in a blended classroom.
  • Explore ideas for preparing and supporting parents and students.
  • Examine common challenges associated with blended learning implementation and
    how to address these challenges.
Massive Open Online Course (MOOC)
These courses are open entry/exit with no enrollment cap. All coursework and assignments can be completed at the participants own pace. There is very limited instructor interaction. This course section will be open until Dec. 31, 2017. All coursework in this MOOC must be completed by Dec. 31, 2017.

Course Syllabus

Credit / Licensure Points:
Credit is recorded according to the credit type selected during enrollment.
  • USBE Credit: Credit is recorded in the USBE OnTrack System.
  • SUU Credit: UEN will email the participant the SUU credit form after successful completion of course. Upon receipt of the form, participants should add their payment, complete the form and mail to SUU within 30 days. SUU records the participants credit in a university transcript. SUU charges a $21 per credit transcription fee.
  • Certificate: Certificates are provided to participants at the end of the course either in-person or via email.
For more details on credit types visit the Policies & Procedures page.
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Dates Dates: 1/12/2017 - 12/31/2017
Credits Credits: 1 SUU Credit, 1 USBE Credit , and 15 Certificate Credits
Location Location:
Status Status: 353 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 500 seats
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Intel: Mobile Learning
IELP 5591
The Intel® Teach Elements series currently has two courses on Mobile Learning. The first, Moving into Mobile Learning, is an introductory course made up of three modules. The second more advanced course, Creativity in the Mobile Classroom, has three modules that build upon concepts introduced in the first course. This course offered by UEN is a combination of both Mobile Learning courses.

Moving Into Mobile Learning
Moving into Mobile Learning is an e-learning course for teachers that explains and demonstrates the implementation of mobile learning with interactive activities and locally relevant classroom examples. The course helps teachers transition to mobile learning with background research, planning strategies, and suggested technology apps and online tools.

Creativity in the Mobile Classroom
Creativity in the Mobile Classroom is an e-learning course for teachers that explains and demonstrates the development of creative thinking skills through a personalized, mobile learning environment. The course helps teachers
transition to a personalized learning environment with background research, planning strategies, and suggested technology apps and online tools. It offers suggestions for assessing student learning with mobile devices and managing a mobile learning environment.

Expected Learning Outcomes
At the conclusion of this course participants should be able to:

Module 1
  • Learn about definitions and the history of mobile learning and personalization.
  • Examine trends in technology and education that support mobile learning.
  • Understand the benefits and challenges of mobile learning and the components of a successful program.
  • Review different models of mobile learning and their advantages and disadvantages.
Module 2
  • Explore a variety of mobile-learning environments and discover strategies for success with mobile devices.
  • Explore basic apps and tools that can enhance student learning and creativity with mobile devices.
Module 3
  • Review school and classroom policies that promote learning and creativity in a mobile learning environment.
  • Understand the challenges of implementing a personalized, mobile learning environment and explore solutions
    to these challenges
Module 4
  • Understand the definition and description of creativity in a personalized, mobile environment.
  • Learn about the kind of learning environment that promotes and develops creativity.
  • Identify the skills and dispositions that are critical to creativity and how they are relevant in a personalized,
    mobile learning environment.
  • Review strategies for teaching and assessing creative processes and products.
Module 5
  • Explore apps and tools that support teaching and learning in a mobile, personalized environment.
  • Investigate future trends in mobile learning.
Module 6
  • Learn strategies for personalizing instruction by enhancing student ownership and choice.
  • Understand the challenges to implementing a personalized, mobile learning environment and explore solutions
    to these challenges.
Massive Open Online Course (MOOC)
These courses are open entry/exit with no enrollment cap. All coursework and assignments can be completed at the participants own pace. There is very limited instructor interaction. This course section will be open until Dec. 31, 2017. All coursework in this MOOC must be completed by Dec. 31, 2017.

Course Syllabus - Moving into Mobile Learning
Course Syllabus - Creativity in the Mobile Classroom


Credit / Licensure Points:
Credit is recorded according to the credit type selected during enrollment.
  • USBE Credit: Credit is recorded in the USBE OnTrack System.
  • SUU Credit: UEN will email the participant the SUU credit form after successful completion of course. Upon receipt of the form, participants should add their payment, complete the form and mail to SUU within 30 days. SUU records the participants credit in a university transcript. SUU charges a $21 per credit transcription fee.
  • Certificate: Certificates are provided to participants at the end of the course either in-person or via email.
For more details on credit types visit the Policies & Procedures page.
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Dates Dates: 1/12/2017 - 12/31/2017
Credits Credits: 1 SUU Credit, 1 USBE Credit , and 15 Certificate Credits
Location Location:
Status Status: 403 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 500 seats
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