CETL offers a number of courses at both the undergraduate and graduate level. Some courses may be counted towards a degree at Georgia Tech and some may not. Please check carefully before registering if you want a course to count towards your degree.
Our courses fall into five primary groups:
- Teaching Assistant (TA) Development – for current undergraduate and graduate TAs
- Teaching and Learning – for students who are interested in careers in teaching in K-12 or higher education
- Communication Skills – oral, written, and presentation skills for graduate students, both fluent and non-fluent English speakers
- SLIDER courses – for Fellows in our National Science Foundation (NSF) SLIDER grant
- Tutor/Peer Leader and Student Staff Development - for student employees of the Center for Academic Success and Residence Life
All CETL courses require a permit to be able to register for them. Further information about CETL courses and how to request a permit can be found by following the link to either undergraduate or graduate courses.