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At Capital University you can earn a teaching license in your choice of more than 20 specialties. And with careful planning, you can earn licensure in two specialties at once.
Capital's Post Degree Teacher Licensure Option leads to Ohio licensure and attempts to make the process as simple and convenient as possible for working adults.
For students interesting in pursuing certification in the Kodaly philosophy, the Kodály Institute at Capital offers a Certification Program.
If you are a master's-prepared nurse and are looking to broaden your career opportunities, Capital University's post-master's certificate program can prepare you for teaching positions in collegiate and health care settings.
The Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages Endorsement Program (TESOL) is an endorsement to your current teaching license and consists of four 4-credit hour classes plus on 5-hour practicum totaling 21 credit hours
Capital University Law School's Paralegal Program, in cooperation with the Capital University School of Nursing, offers a Legal Nurse Consulting Program (LNC) for experienced registered nurses who are looking for an opportunity to use their medical expertise as a member of a legal team. The program is designed for individuals who work full-time, or have other responsibilities during the day.
The Capital University Paralegal Program is ideal for post-baccalaureate, working professionals seeking entry into a career as a paralegal. It is one of the oldest continuous programs in the United States and one of the few programs that benefit from being housed within an established law school.
Beginning each year in May, the summer paralegal program is an intensive 14-week program that lets baccalaureate degree holders reduce the amount of time in class before beginning a paralegal career. You can become employed as a non-lawyer legal professional quickly, but with comprehensive paralegal education.
The Life Care Planner programs are Professional Certificate Programs that prepare rehabilitation and medical professionals to interact with lawyers, economists and other rehabilitation professionals. Capital University Law School 's Life Care Planner program is the only one in the country affiliated with an American Bar Association approved law school and a major university. Both programs are approved by the International Commission on Health Care Certification (ICHCC) for the mandatory hours of training in life care planning required of each applicant to sit for the Certified Life Care Planner (CLCP) certification examination. All required and elective course hours have been approved for maintenance (CEU) of the CLCP credential as well.
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