Course Schedule by Semester

Fall 2023

TNDY 430.1 – Transdisciplinary Changemakers. Justice-Centered Frameworks for Education
(Previously titled: Transdisciplinary Pedagogy for Ethical Education)

(4 units, regular tuition)
Thursdays, 4:00 pm to 6:50 pm
Online Synchronous

TNDY 430.2 – Transdisciplinary Changemakers. Justice-Centered Frameworks for Education
(Previously titled: Transdisciplinary Pedagogy for Ethical Education)

(4 units, regular tuition)
Mondays, 4:00 pm to 6:50 pm
Online Synchronous

PFF 531.1 – Teaching Practicum and Portfolio
(No units, free for current students)
Tuesdays, 4:00 pm to 6:50 pm
Online Synchronous

Spring 2024

TNDY 430 – Transdisciplinary Changemakers. Justice-Centered Frameworks for Education
(4 units, regular tuition)
Days and Times TBD
Online Synchronous

CAFE 530 – Inclusive Excellence: Pathways to the College Teaching Certificate
(2 units, regular tuition)
Days and Times TBD
Online Synchronous

Summer 2024

TNDY 430 – Transdisciplinary Changemakers. Justice-Centered Frameworks for Education
(4 units, regular tuition)
Module 1
Days and Times TBD
Online Synchronous

CAFE 530 – Inclusive Excellence: Pathways to the College Teaching Certificate
(2 units, regular tuition)
Module 2
Days and Times TBD
Online Synchronous

How to Register

For details on registering for CGU classes see the Registrar’s instruction page.

Inclusive Excellence in College Teaching Certificate courses are listed under Center for Academic & Faculty Excellence (CAFE) or Transdisciplinary Studies in the course schedule.

Frequently asked questions about the certificate and courses.

If you have questions that are not answered here, email us at CAFE@cgu.edu.

How do current students register for a course?

You should register for our courses the same way you register for other courses. The Registrar’s website has instructions for how to register through your PeopleSoft account.

How do alumni register for the courses?

See the Registrar’s alumni enrollment page and contact the Registrar’s office at Student.Records@cgu.edu with enrollment questions.

Can I take both courses required for the certificate in one semester?

No. The certificate courses build on each other so you need to take the courses in different semesters. You will need information and skills from the first class before you will be able to complete the second one.

How long are the courses?

Our courses usually run the entire semester in spring and fall. In the summer we sometimes offer module 1, module 2, intensive, or full semester courses.

When will the class schedule be posted?

The official class schedule is put out by the Registrar’s office toward the end of each semester. You can see our courses by selecting “Preparing Future Faculty” in the subject box and then selecting the search button.