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Education Graduate Certificates

Strengthen your ability to empower students and their families

As an educator or aspiring educational leader, you know how important it is to build relationships with students and their families from pre-K to graduation. A graduate certificate in education from Creighton University will give you hands-on opportunities to practice new skills, learn contemporary trends in education and be a leader of positive change in your community.

You don’t have to pause your important work with students and families to advance your knowledge in the field of education. Creighton’s online graduate certificate programs are streamlined and flexible—you can earn a teaching certificate online in a fraction of the time it takes to earn an advanced degree. And if you change your mind and want to earn that advanced degree after all, you can apply most credits to a related master’s.


Many of Creighton’s graduate programs in Education offer scholarships and tuition discounts. To learn more about the scholarships available for your program of interest, please contact an enrollment specialist.

Explore graduate certificate programs in education

Click through below to learn program details, duration, method and more.

Catholic School Leadership

  • Learn about the various dimensions of school leadership and how to apply your skills in an authentic Catholic school setting.

Early Childhood Education

  • Learn to create healthy, respectful, supportive and challenging learning environments for all children, and to build relationships that support and empower children and families.

English as a Second Language (ESL)

  • Learn the unique skills necessary to effectively educate and nurture the children in your classroom whose native language is not English. Go beyond the basics of teaching in English to addresses diversity and diverse cultures with an emphasis on the unique differences students bring to the classroom.

K-12 Educational Leadership through Sports

  • Strengthen your understanding of education leadership, to serve in administrative role, or to become an Athletic Director, all while studying education leadership through a sports lens.

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