Teaching Globalization and History Certificate Program | School of Education | Webster University

Teaching Globalization and History

Critically assessing global themes and historical trends from multiple perspectives, students pursuing the Teaching Globalization in History graduate certificate are education professionals who want to develop competencies in historiography and historical research methodologies.

As a graduate-level program of study, the Teaching Globalization and History certificate is designed for social studies educators and other professionals seeking to expand their knowledge of historical consciousness with a global worldview. Webster students in this certificate program learn about addressing globalized issues and develop their critical-thinking skills to help better the education system. Successful graduates in the Teaching Globalization and History program are able to promote scholarship in history and historiography after earning their master's degrees from Webster University.

Teaching Globalization and History Academic Programs

To read about specific program requirements, learning outcomes and how to apply, click on a program from the following list:

  • Graduate Certificate in Teaching Globalization & History

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