Curriculum Leadership Graduate Certificate Career Opportunities
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Liberal Arts & Sciences

Curriculum Leadership Graduate Certificate

Curriculum Leadership Career Overview

One of the things you need to advance in your education career is up-to-date knowledge of curriculum development. By earning the Curriculum Leadership Graduate Certificate, you can attain the valuable skills needed to take advantage of career opportunities within the education sector. With this credential, you may be prepared to pursue a career as an instructional coordinator or instructional designer, or help clear the way to become an educational consultant.

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Professional Responsibilities

Career Options

Professional Responsibilities

When you earn a Curriculum Leadership Graduate Certificate, you can be prepared to take the lead in curriculum development for K-12 educational institutions. Your professional responsibilities could include:

  • Designing curriculum that engages students and satisfies state and local regulations
  • Evaluating educational technology needs and proposing new media learning solutions
  • Providing organizational structures that address social needs and public policies to navigate the educational landscape
  • Conducting research to practically integrate current and classical educational methodologies in the classroom
  • Implementing public relations strategies to successfully communicate and inform across diverse media

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Career Options

DeVry University graduates with this graduate certificate will be prepared for education careers such as:

  • Educational Consultants, who develop instructional material, coordinate educational content and incorporate current technology to provide guidelines for developing curricula and conducting courses to educators and instructors.
     
  • Instructional Coordinators, who develop curricula, select textbooks and other materials, train teachers and assess educational programs for quality and adherence to regulations and standards. They assist in implementing and monitoring new technology and might recommend educational software to enhance student skills.
     
  • Instructional Designers, who develop instructional specifications and materials to ensure quality. They analyze learning characteristics, tasks to be learned and needs and goals.
     

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