School of Education & Human Services
Graduate Certificate in Technology Facilitation
The graduate certificate in Technology Facilitation enables students to communicate effectively about technology practices in education and industry settings. Students consider both existing and emerging methods of technology training to include best practice, research, culturally responsive education and legislation. The program examines ethical considerations for how technology influences teaching, learning and daily life.
Certificate credit hours may be counted toward earning a Master of Education in Technology Facilitation.
Admission Requirements & Application
Individuals wishing to apply for admission into the Certificate in Technology Facilitation program must submit the following:
Free online application; Click here to apply
All transcript(s) from accredited institutions
Two letters of recommendation; Download guidelines
Transcript(s) and letters of recommendation should be mailed to:
Graduate Programs in Education
Mount St. Mary's University
School of Education and Human Services
Archbishop Borders Hall
16300 Old Emmitsburg Road
Emmitsburg, MD 21727
The certificate program consists of 15 graduate credit hours (5 courses) focused on preparing individuals in schools and businesses to serve as technology facilitators. All classes meet at the Frederick Campus in hybrid format.
Applications are accepted year-round. Entry points for enrollment are offered in the spring, summer and fall.
Gainful Employment Disclosure
While the majority of our students choose to earn a post baccalaureate certificate in addition to a graduate degree, some opt for a stand alone certificate program. For those opting to take only the certificate program additional information is provided and required by the federal government regarding program costs, financing, success rate and related occupations. See the Gainful Employment Disclosure information for the Technology Facilitation Certificate Program.