Learn to integrate CS into your subject area

A grant through Reboot Representation has made it possible for us to offer the UF Computer Science Education Graduate Certificate program to 19 people — for free!

Scholarships for the Fall 2022 cohort are available to in-service teachers who are Black, Latina or Native American and identify as women.

The UF Computer Science K-12 Teaching Graduate Certificate is a 12-credit hour program with four courses. This fully online, job-embedded program is a collaboration between the College of Education and Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering. This one-year program includes the following four courses:

  • ETE 6141: K-12 Computer Science Pedagogy I
  • ETE 6142: K-12 Computer Science Pedagogy II
  • EDG 6805C: K-12 Computer Programming Foundations I
  • EDG 6806C: K-12 Computer Programming Foundations II

Applications are due July 15 and require a $30 application fee. This initial investment is recoupable contingent on acceptance into the program and eligibility for the scholarship from Reboot Representation.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the requirements for the scholarships available through Reboot Representation?
Scholarship applicants must be:

  • In-service teachers, who are
  • Black, Latina or Native American, and
  • Identify as women.

Additional FAQs to be provided by CSEveryone team at cseveryone@coe.ufl.edu.