Is your school district interested in offering professional development for educators?
The Office of Graduate Outreach and Partnerships can work with you to offer graduate credit from University of Findlay for a professional development course. Teacher in-service sessions, workshops, book studies, Entry Year programs and other professional development activities can be set up as graduate courses, so long as they meet the requirements for contact hours and course performance objectives. Graduate Education Workshop courses cost $205.00 per credit hour.
Apply as a participant for a Workshop
1. Click the link above
2. Find "Workshop" row under the College of Education
3. Choose which semester you will be participating in the workshop
4. Follow the link and create your MyFindlay account
Here are the steps that you will need to follow to initiate a professional development project at your school:
All instructors must hold a master’s degree and must have submitted a current resume (up to one year old) for our files.
Instructors must complete a Graduate and Professional Development Application for the professional development offering by clicking on the link.
Once the application is approved, you will be sent instructions to share with your teachers for completing the online application to the University. Teachers will also need to submit an official transcript of their bachelor’s degree if one is not already on file at UF.
After registration is completed, you will be sent a grade sheet. On the grade sheet, you (the instructor) must verify the students' attendance, assign a letter grade (no S/U's or P/F's permitted) for each student, sign, and date the form. Email or fax the grade sheet back to Gwynne Rife immediately after the last day of the workshop.
We process numerous courses per semester; please follow these instructions carefully to ensure that your course is a success.
The Office of Graduate Outreach and Partnerships is subject to all of The University of Findlay’s regular policies and procedures pertaining to registration, attendance and financial responsibilities of the students. Courses are held within the University of Findlay’s semester time frames. Contact hours for graduate semester hours are as follows:
12.5 contact hours = 1 semester hour
If you have questions about the workshops contact Gwynne Rife, Ph.D. at 419-434-4724 or at