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Restorative Justice in Education Graduate Certificate

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This graduate certificate is awarded through the graduate teacher education program as internal recognition for having obtained a focused area of coursework in restorative justice in education. Practitioners may complete 15 semester hours of course work for the certificate only, or as part of their master's in education degree.

Certificate Requirements

To qualify for the graduate certificate in restorative justice in education, candidates must complete twelve required semester hours (SH) and three elective semester hours from the following courses. 

Required (12 SH)

  • EDCC 521 Peacebuilding and Conflict Transformation (3)
  • EDRJ 551 Foundations of Restorative Justice in Education (3)
  • EDRJ 621 Restorative Discipline: Accountability and Restoration in Schools (3)
  • EDRJ 601 Facilitating Circle Processes (3)

Elective (3 SH)

Three hours of elective courses are to be taken from the following Education (ED), CJP (PAX), or MOL courses.

  • EDCC 501 Creating Cultures of Change (3)
  • EDCC 531 Social and Ethical Issues in Education (3) 
  • EDCI 511 Teaming and Collaboration (3)
  • EDCI 541 Supporting Positive Classroom Behaviors (3) (SPED focus) 
  • EDDA 501 At-Risk Issues in School and Community (3)
  • EDDA 511 Teaching Diverse Learners (3)
  • EDDA 571 Trauma, Restoration, and Resilience in Educational Environments (3) 
  • EDDA 631 Research in Risk and Resiliency (3)
  • EDRJ 581 Analyzing Conflict in Educational Settings (3)
  • PAX 540 STAR: Strategies for Trauma Awareness & Resilience (2)
  • PAX 571 Restorative Justice (3)
  • PAX 615 Leading Organizational Change (3) (has pre- reqs)
  • MOL 600 Developing Healthy Organizations: Team Building & Collaboration (3)

Trauma and Resilience in Educational Environments Graduate Certificate

About

This graduate certificate is awarded through the graduate teacher education program as internal recognition for having obtained a focused area of coursework in trauma and resilience in educational environments. Practitioners may complete 15 semester hours of course work for the certificate only, or as part of their master's in education degree.

Certificate Requirements

To qualify for the graduate certificate in trauma and resilience in educational environments, candidates must complete fifteen required semester hours (SH) as listed. 

Required (15 SH)

  • EDDA 571 Trauma, Restoration, and Resilience in Educational Environments (3)
  • EDDA 631 Research in Risk and Resilience (3)
  • EDDA 541 Self-Care and Resilience of Educators (3)
  • EDCI 561 Neuro-Education: Application of Research on the Brain, Trauma, Resilience, and Learning in the K-12 Classroom  (3)
  • EDRJ 551 Foundations of Restorative Justice in Education (3) OR EDRJ 621 Restorative Discipline (3)
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