Professional Development at SED
The School of Education offers professional development opportunities for educators and administrators. Classes are offered at convenient times for working professionals. You may enroll in a graduate 16-credit certificate program or take individual courses as a non-degree student.
16-Credit Certificate Programs
The School of Education offers non-degree certificate programs in the following areas:
- Children’s and Young Adult Literature
- Literacy Intervention
- Program Planning, Management, Monitoring & Evaluation
- Teaching English as a Second Language: PreK-6
- Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
- Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages: 5-12
- Global Ecology Education
Prior to enrollment in a graduate certificate program you must apply and be admitted. The admissions process for most certificate programs is rolling: applications are processed and reviewed for admission as they are received. Submitting a complete application by the recommended deadline will ensure that a final decision is made prior to the start of classes for that term. Read more information about the application process, deadlines, and policies for the graduate 16-credit certificate programs.
To register for individual non-degree courses, contact the Student Records office at 617-353-4235 or firstname.lastname@example.org. No admissions application is needed to register for a class as a non-degree student at the School of Education. Course schedules can be found on the Student Link, www.bu.edu/link.
Download a registration form.
Master’s and CAGS students may transfer up to eight 8 credits into the program. Doctoral students may transfer up to 16 external credits or 20 internal credits into the program. Credits must be applicable. Faculty advisors have final approval over which credits will be accepted and applied to a particular degree program.
PDP and Non-Credit Programs
The Donald D. Durrell Reading and Writing Clinic programs: