The Department offers the Certificate in Agriculture eLearning Development which can be obtained at a distance or by taking campus courses.
Certificate in Agriculture eLearning Development
The certificate is an innovative program that prepares students and professionals to develop sophisticated eLearning courses and programs to serve the eTraining needs of both public and private sectors of agriculture. Students are required to complete five online courses (14 credit hours) to earn the certificate which consist of ALEC 610, ALEC 611, ALEC 612, ALEC 613, and ALEC 685 (a Directed Study as a capstone course). Cost for academic credit is based on Texas A&M University tuition and fees.
If an individual is not enrolled at Texas A&M University as a degree seeking student, the certificate may also be completed by enrolling in Non-Degree (G6) Admission status or as Continuing Education. Cost for continuing education credit is $525/course. These costs do not include expenses related to required software or textbooks. For more information to complete certificate as a Non-Degree (G6) student or as Continuing Education, please contact the Graduate Coordinator by email, email@example.com, of phone 979-862-7180.
For more information to obtain the eLearning Certificate, visit the web page athttp://cbi.tamu.edu/el/index.htm, or contact Dr. Robert Strong, firstname.lastname@example.org, 979-845-1139. Click here to view eLearning Certificate Brochure.