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Graduate Studies and Microcredentials
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Loyola University of Maryland and AIMS have developed two programs available exclusively to our members.


Micro-credentials are performance-based, specialized professional learning opportunities where educators can immediately apply their new learning directly to their classroom or work environment. Each micro-credential requires an estimated 12-15 hours of work and will span 4-8 weeks. Small classes of 20-25 participants per micro-credential will be facilitated by expert educators supported by Loyola University Maryland. These educators will also review all work and assignments, ensuring that achieving a micro-credential certificate represents a meaningful early step on the path to accomplished teaching. At the conclusion of a micro-credential, participants who complete the work at a proficient level will receive a Continuing Education Certificate recognized by Loyola University Maryland for future professional use. Only $150 per microcredential.
Learn more and register here. We're hosting an informational webinar/Q&A on June 7th (register here.)

We are also offering an AIMS-Only Cohort for the Educational Technology Master's Degree Program, which is a hybrid online/in person program.

- Focused on developing educational technology leaders
- Exclusive cohort for AIMS teachers and administrators
- Two-year hybrid program
- Combination of engaging online courses and face-to-face courses at Loyola's Columbia Graduate Center in Columbia, Md.
- Internship in your own school setting
- Application fee is waived for AIMS Cohort participants

You can learn more about this degree program, which starts in Fall 2018, here


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