Graduate-Level University Credits are available for Wholly Creative workshops, including private coaching. You can now get up to 3 Graduate level credit from the University of the Pacific’s Professional Development Programs.
Professor Marya Summers and the University of the Pacific take pride in working together to make available the opportunity for educators to earn graduate-level university semester credits/units. We understand that being an educator takes time, energy and a lot of dedication so we’ve attempted our best to make this process affordable, practical and at the same time rewarding.
For only an additional cost of $62 per credit, we can help you meet your salary advancement and/or recertification requirements. All University of the Pacific courses are graduate-level semester, professional development courses, designed as professional growth for educators. All courses will appear on an Official Transcript from the Registrar’s Office at University of the Pacific. Attending Wholly Creative workshops or coaching is a pre-requisite to the course enrollment. Some school districts may require pre-approval prior to enrollment. It is your responsibility to know your district’s policies.
Get Graduate Credits for your creative writing!
The work you complete for workshops and coaching can be applied toward credit for these course titles:
P EDU: 9008, Developing New Ideas in Education Practicum (1-3 credits)
P EDU: 9084, Creating New Projects for the Classroom (1-3 credits)
P EDU: 9085, Enhancing Curriculum with Learning Activities (1-3 credits)
P EDU: 9086, Developing Classroom Curriculum Strategies and Projects (1-3 credits)
P EDU: 9087, Expanding Today’s Curriculum with Teacher Made Activities (1-3 credits)
The University of the Pacific is the oldest chartered university in California, established in 1851. It is fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.
These credits are not applicable toward a degree program at University of the Pacific. They are only acceptable where local districts approve & applicable to state licensure where such activities are approved. The course work is letter graded.