Accomplished Teaching for Student Impact Off-Campus Programs

Towson University offers courses and degree programs in accomplished teaching for student impact at off-campus locations through the Towson Learning Network. These programs are available at reduced costs.

Spring 2024 / Fall 2024


Accomplished Teaching for Student Impact (Graduate Certificate)

Participating Agencies

  • Anne Arundel County Public Schools
  • Baltimore City Public Schools
  • Baltimore County Public Schools
  • Cecil County Public Schools
  • Harford County Public Schools
  • Howard County Public Schools
  • Montgomery County Public Schools
  • USMSM - Calvert, Charles & St. Mary's Counties

Your school not listed?  TLN for potential opportunities.

About the Program:
This graduate certificate is designed to prepare P-12 teachers for National Board Certification. The program is available fully online and in a hybrid format.

The Accomplished Teaching for Student Impact certificate prepares P-12 teachers in Maryland to submit for National Board Certification. Teachers who attain National Board Certification advance in their careers, earn higher salaries and gain stature within the profession.

Offered by the Department of Secondary and Middle School Education, the 12-unit certificate provides students with support and feedback on critical aspects and requirements of the National Board Certification process. Each course is aligned with one of the four components of National Board Certification.

Reduced Program Costs

  • Through a contractual agreement with your employer, tuition for courses are discounted approximately 50%.
  • The TU application fee of $45 is waived.
  • Participants are responsible for purchasing course texts.

How to Apply

Complete the form below to receive more information about how to apply and join the cohort appropriate for your school or agency.



Towson Learning Network

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