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Graduate Certificate:  Restorative Justice in Education (RJE)

The graduate certificate in RJE is awarded through the Master of Arts in Education program as internal recognition for having obtained a focused area of coursework in restorative justice in education.  Teachers may complete 15 semester hours of course work for the certificate only, or as part of their MA in Education degree. 

To qualify for the graduate certificate in Restorative Justice in Education, candidates must complete 12 required semester hours (SH) and 3 elective semester hours from the following courses.

Graduate Certificate in Restorative Justice in Education (RJE)

Semester Hours

Required 
 (Required course work 12 hrs.)
12

EDCC 521 Peacebuilding and Conflict Transformation3

EDRJ 551   Foundations of Restorative Justice in Education3

EDRJ 601 Facilitating Circle Process3

EDRJ 621  Restorative Discipline: Accountability and Restoration in Schools3
Electives
Elective:  Elective courses are to be taken from the following Education (ED), Organizational Leadership (MOL), or CJP (PAX) courses. (3 hrs.)
 3

ED Courses:


EDCC 501 Creating Cultures of Change3

EDCC 531 Social and Ethical Issues in Education3

EDCI 511 Teaming and Collaboration3

EDCI 541 Supporting Positive Classroom Behaviors (SPED focus)3

EDDA 501 At-Risk Issues in School and Community3

EDDA 511 Teaching Diverse Learners3

EDDA 571 Trauma, Restoration, & Resilience in Educational Environments 3

EDDA 631 Research in Risk and Resilience3

EDRJ 581 Analyzing Conflict in Educational Settings3

CJP/MOL Courses


PAX 540  STAR: Strategies for Trauma Awareness & Resilience (SPI)2

PAX 615 Leading Organizational Change (has pre-reqs)3

PAX 571 Restorative Justince3

MOL 600 Developing Healthy Organizations: Team Bldg and Collaboration3
Additional electives may be approved; contact your academic adviser.

Graduate Certificate in Trauma and Resilience in Educational Environments (TREE)

Semester Hours

The graduate certificate (TREE) is awarded through the Master of Arts in Education program as internal recognition for having obtained a focused area of coursework in restorative justice in education.  Teachers may complete 15 semester hours of course work for the certificate only, or as part of their MA in Education degree. 

 To qualify for the graduate certificate in Trauma and Resilience, candidates must complete 15 required semester hours (SH) from the following courses.

Required 
 (Required course work 15 hrs.)
15

EDDA 571 Trauma, Restoration, and Resilience in Educational Environments3

EDDA 631 Research in Risk and Resiliency3

EDDA 541 Self-Care and Resilience for Educators3

EDCI 561 Neuro-Education: Application of Research on the Brain, Trauma, Resilience, and Learning3

EDRJ 551   Foundations of Restorative Justice in Education


3

or,EDRJ 621  Restorative Discipline: Accountability and Restoration in Schools
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