Individual Courses

Graduate Level Courses for Nondegree Seeking Students

Digital Education works with the College of Education and other departments to offer a wide variety of graduate level courses for teachers and other professionals. Purdue provides specialized instruction, professional development, licensure opportunities, and credit that can be applied towards license renewal.

Our courses and programs are offered both on- and off-campus, long-term and short intensive, face-to-face and via distance online. We are here to serve the working teacher.


PK-12 for Teachers and Professional Educators

Spring 2018

EDCI 51900 Teaching English Language Learners View Website Register Now
EDCI 55900 Academic Language and Content Area Learning View Website Register Now
EDPS 54200 Curriculum and Program Development in Gifted Education View Website Register Now
EDPS 54500 Social and Affective Development of Gifted Students View Website Register Now
EDPS 69500 Practicum in Gifted Education View Website Register Now
LDP Leadership Development Programs (LDP) in Advanced Manufacturing Education, Career Education, Career Pathways, Generalizable Skills Instruction, Special Needs Populations, and Work-Based Learning View Website Register Now
YDAE 54000 Program Development in Agricultural Education Register Now

Summer 2018

EDCI 55700 Assessment of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students View Website
EDPS 54000 Gifted, Creative and Talented Children View Website
EDPS 54500 Social and Affective Development of Gifted Children View Website
LDP Leadership Development Programs (LDP) in Advanced Manufacturing Education, Career Education, Career Pathways, Generalizable Skills Instruction, Special Needs Populations, and Work-Based Learning View Website
EDCI 58900 Class Effective Teaching, run through C.L.A.S.S. View Website

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