Certificate in Teaching About Visual and Material Culture

This 15-credit certificate program is designed to engage educators with visual and material culture ideas, issues, and practices. Although the emphasis will be on K–12, this certificate provides an opportunity for educators at all levels to learn outside the traditional classroom. Both credit and non-credit options are available.

Admission Requirements

Eligible degree programs, any one of the following:

1. B.A.
2. B.F.A.
3. B.Ed.

Certificate Requirements

Students must complete a total of 15 credits, consisting of:

EDCP 303 6
EDCP 304 6
EDCP 408 or EDCP 409 3
Total Credits 15

Application to Receive Certificate

Upon completion of all required courses, students must apply to receive their certificate from the Student Service Centre website. However, Certificate students are not part of the UBC graduation ceremonies.


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