eLearning Certificates

Become an effective online educator or trainer and learn how to create teaching or training materials optimized for virtual classrooms with a program that focuses on learner engagement and authentic learning outcomes.


Expand Your Reach with Online Education and Training

Increase your marketability in today’s economy by updating your skills in the growing field of online education and open the door to new online education and training opportunities.

Cal State East Bay’s Certificates in eLearning are designed to help professionals gain firsthand experience of the evolving contemporary practice and trends in eLearning design, technology, coordination, innovation, theories, and optimization in virtual learning.

Choose a Certificate that Fits Your Unique Needs

Depending on your background and career goals, you can choose between four different certificates in Online Teaching and Learning, eLearning Design, eLearning Technology, and eLearning Administration so that you can tailor your education to what best suits you and your organization's needs.

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Advance at Your Own Speed

The eLearning Certificates offer a flexible and online format that is perfect for busy working professionals like you, because it allows you to participate on your own time. In fact, all courses are offered asynchronously which means you’ll never have to log in to your class at any specific time.

And just because you’re an online student, doesn’t mean you won’t have the opportunity to expand your professional network. Throughout the program, you’ll work on tasks in small groups to problem-solve, collaborate, and interact with other professionals from around the world.

Meet the Growing Demand for eLearning Opportunities

As the demand for online education continues to grow, the need for qualified eLearning professionals is ever increasing. The training and skills acquired in one of the four eLearning Certificates can transfer into almost any area, including higher education, K-12, corporate and military training, educational administration, curriculum design, technical support, or any other eLearning field.

Furthermore, equipped with your Certificate in eLearning from an accredited university, you’ll show potential employers that you have the specific skills and expertise in the growing field of online learning to increase your marketability in today’s economy.

Occupational Trends

The e-learning market is projected to grow by 20.5 percent from 2022 to 2030.
Polaris Market Research

Employment of training and development specialists is projected to grow 6 percent from 2022 to 2032, faster than the average for all occupations. Job prospects should be best for those with experience developing online and mobile training programs.
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

About 857,600 job openings are projected each year, on average, for educational instruction and library occupations.
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

How can an eLearning Certificate impact your career? »

Become an Integral Member of Your eLearning Team

Here’s what you should expect to achieve as a student in the eLearning program:

  • Assess characteristics of online learners and components of an online teaching and learning environment.
  • Synthesize an effective online teaching and learning environment based on current research, recent innovative ideas, and best practices.
  • Apply teaching strategies, learning theories, and design models to online curriculum development.
  • Apply current teaching and learning tools/technologies to an online learning environment.
  • Design a successful implementation of an online program.
  • Develop a well designed quality online curriculum/course.

As a Cal State East Bay graduate, you’ll leave the program equipped with the tools necessary to implement effective online teaching and training materials from beginning to end, making you invaluable in any workplace.

A Strong Foundation to the Master of Science in eLearning

If you are interested in continuing your education in the future, earning any of our eLearning Certificates can fulfill certain initial course requirements of Cal State East Bay’s MS in eLearning (MSeL), a program accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.

Become a Dynamic eLearning Professional

The eLearning Certificates are structured around a set of core courses, enabling you to develop general eLearning perspectives and skills, with a unique opportunity to specialize in a distinct area.

The eLearning program currently offers certificates in Online Teaching and Learning, eLearning Design, eLearning Technology, and eLearning Administration.

Certificate Requirements

To earn any of the eLearning Certificates, you must meet the following requirements:

  • Complete 12 or 15 semester units (4 or 5 courses, depending on which certificate you are pursuing) of approved graduate work, subject to the following conditions:
    • All units must have been earned within the past five (5) years immediately preceding completion of the requirements for the certificate.
    • 3.0 GPA

Please note, the department requires that all courses in the eLearning program be taken for a letter grade. No CR/NC grades for courses will be accepted toward the certificate requirements.

Course schedules, including the term courses are offered in, are subject to change. For the most up-to-date information on courses currently being offered, visit the course details page.

Certificate in Online Teaching and Learning

The Certificate in Online Teaching and Learning focuses on your individual background, taking into consideration your subject area of expertise and institutional or corporate setting. Throughout the program, you’ll learn the evolving “best practices” in the online teaching field and how to transform your course or training materials into an engaging and interactive online experience.

Required Courses Units
OTL 601: Introduction to Online Teaching and Learning 3
OTL 602: Instructional Methods for Online Instruction 3
OTL 603: Technology Tools for Online Instruction 3
OTL 604: Designing Curriculum for Online Instruction 3

Certificate in eLearning Design

The Certificate in eLearning Design prepares and empowers educators, trainers, and all aspiring professionals to effectively design online courses and learning modules in a wide variety of fields. Throughout the program, you’ll focus on learning innovative design principles, methods, and systems so that you can build training modules or online curriculums in any online work environment.

Required Courses Units
OTL 601: Introduction to Online Teaching and Learning 3
OTL 602: Instructional Methods for Online Instruction 3
OTL 604: Designing Curriculum for Online Instruction 3
OTL 608: Critical and Contemporary Practice in eLearning Design and Technology 3
OTL 672: Content Development for Online Learning 3

Certificate in eLearning Technology

The Certificate in eLearning Technology focuses on effectively using learning technology to design and construct online learning environments through the exposure to various eLearning systems, tools, technology, research, and design methodologies. Throughout the program, you’ll utilize adaptive learning tools, such as productivity tools, multimedia tools, content authoring tools, engagement tools, lecture capture tools, and other eLearning tools to develop new online learning modules that can be tailored to a wide variety of fields.

Required Courses Units
OTL 601: Introduction to Online Teaching and Learning 3
OTL 603: Technology Tools for Online Instruction 3
OTL 608: Critical and Contemporary Practice in eLearning Design and Technology 3
OTL 681: Creating Digital Media for Online Instruction 3
OTL 682: Designing and Implementing User Interface for Online Instruction 3

Certificate in eLearning Administration

The Certificate in eLearning Administration is designed to help professionals in the online education field who want to advance to an eLearning coordinator role and gain firsthand experience of the evolving contemporary practice and trends in learning design, innovation, theories, and optimization for virtual learning. Throughout this program, you’ll learn how to effectively evaluate the success of online programs to meet your organization's demand in providing professional development and education in a virtual learning environment.

Required Courses Units
OTL 601: Introduction to Online Teaching and Learning 3
OTL 605: Educational Planning and Development for Online Programs 3
OTL 608: Critical and Contemporary Practice in eLearning Design and Technology 3
OTL 673: Supervising and Evaluating Online Teaching & Learning 3
OTL 680: Building the Online Environment 3

Accessible Anytime, Anywhere

Each course in the eLearning program is offered in eight-week sessions (nine weeks during summer term) and conveniently offered online. Classes have a start and end date, and specific assignments with due dates in most weeks. Once you log in to our Learning Management System, you will find a syllabus and instructions on how to start working on the course.

All courses are asynchronous, which means you never need to log in at a particular time or on a particular day, though you will need to log in 3-4 times a week in order to complete your individual and group assignments and to participate in discussions.

With a completely online program, you can look forward to communicating with your instructors and advisors in a variety of ways: e-mail, telephone, chat room office hours, and videoconference. A high-speed Internet connection is strongly recommended.

Who will you be learning from? Meet your professors. »

Beverly Bondad-Brown


Since teaching and research are two sides of the same coin, I hope to inspire students to not only improve teaching and learning, but also show the impact through research.

Beverly Bondad-Brown, PhD, is a self-described technology trainer, faculty developer, and active learning advocate. She has worked for over 20 years integrating technology into K-8 classrooms, teaching and training in universities, and as a corporate instructional designer and software trainer. She spent 10 years as Cal State LA’s Director of Academic Technology, managing the instructional design team and overseeing support for the campus LMS and ed tech tools. She is currently the Manager of Instructional Design and Learning Development at Western University of Health Sciences where she oversees the development of eLearning cases and modules used in Western U’s courses.

Dr. Bondad-Brown has a BA in Communication from UC San Diego, an MA in Instructional Technology and Media from Columbia University, and a PhD in Communication from UC Santa Barbara. She is also a QM-certified facilitator and has presented at various conferences throughout California.

Reza Boroon


Reza Boroon is the academic technology director/ATO at California State University, Dominguez Hills. He has over 20 years’ experience in higher education and the instructional technology field. Part of his responsibilities include but are not limited to conducting face-to-face and online sections of training on the pedagogy and technology ‘Best Practices’ related to online teaching, digital media, and virtual classrooms as well as customizing and maintaining the learning management system used as the eLearning platform by on-campus and distance education faculty and students. Boroon is also an adjunct faculty who teaches online and hybrid courses. He has over 18 years' experience in teaching at college level.

Karen Lackey


Karen M. Lackey, Ph.D., an educator specializing in technology integration and online learning, researches both the motivating factors for K-12 students to pursue online education and the impacts of critical thinking in the classroom.

Before joining the faculty at California State University, East Bay, Dr. Lackey taught in Montana, Wyoming, Europe, and the Middle East, as well as working in technology support within the energy industry.

Dr. Lackey holds a Ph.D. in Learning Technologies from the University of North Texas, an MS in Online Teaching and Learning from Cal State East Bay, an M.Ed. in Instructional Technology from the University of Houston, and a BA in Political Science from the University of Oregon. She is currently working on an MBA from the University of Wyoming.

Ashley Lonie


I'm looking forward to helping you navigate the internship process, monitor your progress, and provide individualized support as an industry professional.

Ashley Lonie, MEd, is the founder and CEO of Teamed, a staffing agency that specializes in eLearning professionals. She has a background in K-12 teaching, instructional design, and leading online learning design and development at the university level. She is known as an innovator who established the first university partnership with Audible (an Amazon company) to bring custom audio learning solutions to busy MBA students and helped to establish a high-end story-driven production studio that creates custom, engaging learning, SEI Studios. Lonie is currently focused on connecting professionals across the globe to reimagine, modernize, and improve learning. She holds a MEd in Curriculum and Instruction and a graduate certificate in Instructional Design and Technology.

Alexander Plachuta


Learning is a process of immersion, where ideas and perspectives emerge to cause meaningful impact.

Alexander Plachuta brings over twenty years of experience from both the corporate and higher education world, with respect to teaching and learning with technology. Dr. Plachuta has been teaching online since 2003 and has been instrumental in online course and degree development, faculty guidance, and student support. In addition, he brings a change agent mentality that is proactive and innovative, which has resulted in the early adoption of practices and policies that have become standard today.

Dr. Plachuta is a graduate of the CSUEB M.S. in Online Teaching and Learning from 2008 and has earned additional degrees from Northeastern University (Ed.D.), Kean University (M.S.) and West Chester University (B.S.).

Angie Portacio

MA Ed.

Now is the time to be innovative in Online Teaching and Learning.

Angie Portacio is a senior instructional designer from the University of San Francisco and worked in higher education for over 20 years. Her expertise ranges from leading and developing faculty development training to online courses. She works with faculty on how to strategically and intentionally incorporate different teaching and course design strategies to enhance teaching and learning in any course modality.

Portacio completed her MA Ed in Instructional Technology and BA in Industrial Design at San Francisco State University. She has experience in teaching online courses for undergraduates, graduates, and faculty. She’s presented at several conferences. She’s currently a member of the Educause Learning Initiative (ELI) Annual Meeting Program Committee, and a certified Quality Matters Peer Reviewer.

Cheryl Saelee


Cheryl Saelee has worked as a program development coordinator and a distance education manager for a small vocational college before coming to California State University, East Bay as a Senior eLearning Specialist. For the past eight years, she has worked with online faculty to enhance instructional delivery, improve learner assessment strategies, and mitigate the inherent barriers of online learning. Saelee obtained her Masters in Public Policy from Mills College, Oakland, CA. She has co-authored “Reenvisioning an Instructional Design System for Higher Education” which describes best practices developed at Cal State East Bay for developing online courses. Saelee has also presented at numerous conferences including Quality Matters and eLearning and Pedagogies conference, and she recently accepted a Catalyst Award for Leading Change at the Blackboard World conference.

Chris Shaltry


Chris Shaltry, PhD has spent over 15 years in K-12 and higher education settings designing curriculum, teaching courses in face-to-face, online and hybrid settings, and consulting on technology integration. Dr. Shaltry holds a PhD in Educational Psychology and Educational Technology from Michigan State university where he also works as a curriculum and technology specialist. His interests include issues related to opportunity and access in education, technology integration which produces measurable gains in learning, and technology use in teacher education programs.

Ashley Skylar


Ashley Skylar, PhD works as manager of the Online Course Services Program with the CSU Chancellor’s Office, Academic Technology Services (ATS) to support campuses in leadership efforts to develop online and hybrid courses. She serves as the CSU Institutional Representative for Quality Matters, manages CSU QM & QLT Formal Course Certifications, and holds various Quality Matters certifications including: Peer Reviewer, Master Reviewer, Course Review Manager, Applying the Quality Matters Rubric Facilitator (F2F & online), and Improve Your Own Course Facilitator. She also leads and facilitates systemwide QM and QLT training for the system. In this role, she also manages campus groups including CSU QA campus leads, instructional designers, and Student Quality Assurance Impact Research (SQuAIR) in online courses. Previous to this role she served 2.5 years as the Director for Online Education for Cal State Online, 8 years as an Associate Professor in Special Education, and 2 years as a Faculty Associate in the Technology Center at CSU Northridge. She has been teaching online since 2001 and previous to higher education was a special education secondary teacher for 8 years in Las Vegas, NV. Dr. Skylar’s expertise areas are in UDL, ATI, Distance Education, Strategic Planning, and Instructional Design.

Meg Taggart

MS Ed.

Even bad news can be good news to have-create opportunities for feedback!

Einstein said, “If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough.” The mastery of a good teacher is not only to express a concept simply but to find multiple ways to express it. This can include being open to the co-creation of expression in a constructive learning environment.

Meg Taggart obtained an MS in Education with a concentration in Online Teaching and Learning at California State University, East Bay in 2011. In 2006, she completed a Multimedia Design Certificate Program that inspired her passion for creating engaging eLearning content.

In addition to teaching, Taggart is an instructional designer, academic technology consultant, and learning management system administrator at CSUEB. She is a certified Quality Matters higher education teacher training facilitator.

Her prior roles in education included the design of an Early Childhood Environmental Education program for teachers, as well as operations management and marketing functions.

James Thomas


James W. Thomas, PhD is a tech writer, college instructor, developer, and researcher with interests in learning design, evaluation, arts and technology, hardware UX, and human performance (human factors).

His PhD is from Arizona State in Educational Technology with a concentration in Arts, Media, and Engineering. His first ecomm site went live in 1997. He is also a musician who's either performed or shared a stage with an eclectic group of musicians ranging from Jazz great Sarah Vaughn to Metal icons Testament, to pioneering performance artist Rachael Rosenthal.

He developed and taught several music and media classes at ASU.

Sheila Thomas


I have dedicated my professional career to helping working adults succeed, both inside and outside the classroom.

As a working adult who earned two degrees fully online, Dr. Sheila A. Thomas is well acquainted with the opportunities and challenges facing working adults today. She has provided institutional leadership in a variety of areas, including Cal State Online, state authorization, program and policy development, and strategic communication. Dr. Thomas is an experienced facilitator and mentor and completed the Introduction to Teaching Online Using QLT certification through CSU.

She holds a master’s degree from Cal State Dominguez Hills and a Doctor of Education degree in Higher Education Leadership from Northcentral University.

Dr. Thomas has published Women in Higher Education Leadership and the Role of Institutional Support, a book chapter in Research Anthology on Challenges for Women in Leadership Roles, IGI Global, May 2021.

Roger Wen


Dr. Roger Wen is the founding Sr. Director of the Online Campus at California State University, East Bay. He oversees the campus online teaching and learning operation. Part of his duties include but not limited to the learning management system (LMS) and third-party tools that connect with Canvas (e.g., Zoom, TurnItIn, Panopto, Smart Sparrow, SoftChalk). Dr. Wen was previously the funding dean of the online campus at a private university in Missouri. He was also a tenured professor with educational training in Business Administration, Human Resource Development, and Instructional Technology. He holds a Ph.D. in Technology Teaching/Information Science from the University of Missouri - Columbia.

Karen Yoshino


The surge in demand for instructional designers is here! And I want to be a part of it!

Dr. Karen Yoshino is a subject matter expert in competency-based education program design, outcomes assessment planning and design, online program strategy, and analytics for program improvement. In addition to her consulting experience in US higher education, corporate and government sectors, she has worked with clients in Hong Kong, Australia, United Arab Emirates, Mexico, and the United Kingdom. In addition to consulting, Dr. Yoshino has served on accreditation teams for the Western Association of Schools and Colleges and has served as the Executive Director of the SAT at the College Board in New York City. She earned her doctorate in Education (Higher Education Leadership) at Claremont Graduate University.

Olena Zhadko


Design learning for all!

Dr. Olena Zhadko is a dynamic digital learning strategist devoted to advancing the human capital through eLearning. In the last fifteen years, she has provided leadership in designing online learning experiences, infusing best practices into curriculum development, delivery, and assessment through the effective use of technology. Zhadko consults on the topics of strategic growth and scaling of online programs, building capacity and infrastructure for online education, quality assurance and assessment, regulations and compliance for distance learning, instructional and course design, online faculty development and preparation for teaching online, online mentoring, open educational resources, and digital learning.

Zhadko earned her Ph.D. in Education with a specialization in Teaching and Learning and a Master of Education in Adult and Higher Education from the University of Missouri – St. Louis.

Some of Zhadko’s recent publications include the Routledge’s book "Best Practices in Designing Courses with Open Educational Resources (OER)" (2019), as part of the Best Practices in Online Teaching and Learning Series and two chapters for the edited book, "The Learner-Centered Instructional Designer: Purpose, Process, and Practicalities of Creating Online Courses in Higher Education" (Quinn, J., ed. , 2020) with Stylus Publishing.

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Join the Program

If you hold a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution and have earned at least a 2.5 cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA), you are welcome to enroll.

For verification requirements, please email an unofficial copy of your undergraduate transcript(s) to before enrolling.

Please note, international transcripts and baccalaureate degrees from out of the country, are subject to further verification and evaluation by the International Admissions Office.

Once you complete the required courses with an overall GPA of 3.0, you will be awarded a digital badge that can be shared through professional networking sites like Linkedin.

Still have some unanswered questions? Visit the Support section for additional program information. »

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Common Questions

What are the basic computer and technical skills I should have to be a successful online student in the program?

In addition to having a reliable computer and internet connection, the basic technical/computer skills you must have before taking our courses include knowing how to: use various browsers and search engines (e.g., Google, Yahoo, Firefox); use advanced search commands and evaluate web resources for authority, currency, purpose, and content; install and update software; and save and retrieve files in various formats (Word, .pdf, etc).

General knowledge on how to use programs for creating and editing documents, presentations, and spreadsheets are important, and Microsoft Office programs (i.e., Word, PowerPoint, Excel) are widely used.

You should also take the Online Readiness Self-Assessment to see if our online classes are a good fit and if you have the aptitude and basic computer skills necessary to be a successful online student.

What are the requirements to complete the eLearning Certificate(s)?
To earn any of your eLearning Certificates, your overall GPA must be a 3.0. The minimum grade you can earn in a course is a “C”.
How long will it take to complete the eLearning Certificate(s)?
You can complete the entire program in as little as 16 weeks (if taking 2 or 3 courses at the same time) or spread out over 2-3 semesters.
If I decide to complete my Certificate at a later time, will my courses expire?
Yes. Courses older than five years cannot be counted towards the Certificate. You must re-take all the courses that are five years or older.
Do I need to come to Cal State East Bay's campus to complete the Certificate(s) in eLearning?
Courses in the eLearning program are completely online and campus attendance is never required or needed to complete the program.
Will there be a notation on my transcript that I earned the eLearning Certificate?
Completion of a certificate program is recognized by the awarding of a digital badge(s). There is no notation about the eLearning Certificate(s) on your permanent record. (The courses will, of course, be on your transcript.) Usually, a combination of the digital badge(s)and an official transcript is proof that you have completed the certificate(s). You can share your earned digital badge(s) on various career networking sites like Linkedin.
Can the eLearning Certificate Program courses be applied to the corresponding Master's program?
Yes. However, only 9 semester units (equivalent to 3 courses) can be transferred into the MS in eLearning degree program. Your overall GPA must be a 3.0 for the 3 courses you want to transfer into the degree program. The minimum grade you can earn in a course is a “C”. We highly recommend that you apply to the MS degree program during your first semester in the certificate program to ensure all your units will be counted towards the master's degree. Please contact if you have any questions.
If I decide to pursue the MS program, how old can my certificate courses be?
The Certificate courses applied to the MS in eLearning program cannot be older than five years. All units must be earned within the five calendar years immediately preceding the receipt of your degree. For example, if you will graduate in Summer 2025 the oldest course you can use towards the MS degree should have been earned in Summer 2020. Contact for more information.
What can I expect from a class in this program?
Each online class has a start and end date, and specific assignments with due dates in most weeks, so they are not self-paced. Each class begins on the day specified in the schedule; once you log in to Blackboard, you will find a syllabus and instructions on how to start working on the course.

All courses are asynchronous. Participants in these courses need not be online and in the course at the same time. You never need to log in at a specific time or on a particular day, though you will need to log in 3-4 times a week in order to complete your individual and group assignments and to participate in discussions.
Does your program allow transferring any prior learning skills, knowledge, or certifications from other organizations?
Yes, currently graduate credits can be awarded toward your eLearning Certificates (or MS in eLearning) if you have completed the QM Teaching Online Certificate (all seven workshops) or the Oregon State University Continuing Education eLearning Instructional Design and Development CertificateIf you would like to check to see if we allow transfer of other organization or professional certificates, contact for more information.


Is Financial Aid available?
Traditional Financial Aid (such as completing the FAFSA, Pell Grants, etc.) is not applicable for Continuing Education certificate programs. However, there may be other options available to you. Learn more about other financing options.
How much does each course cost?
Each course in the certificate program costs $1,458 regardless of residency. (Tuition fees are subject to change at any time.) The course fee must be paid when you register for the class.

Digital Certificate

How do I obtain my digital badge(s)?
To obtain your official digital badge(s), you must complete all requirements of the certificate(s). Once the system has verified that you have completed all required courses with a “C” or better and have an overall 3.0 GPA, a digital badge will be awarded to you at the end of your term of completion.

Accessibility Services

Does the university provide accessibility services?
Yes, our Accessibility Services department provides academic accommodations and support services to address the individual needs of students with differing abilities, permanent disabilities or temporary disabling conditions. For more information, including program details and contact information, visit

Drop and Withdrawal Policy

What is the Drop, Refund, and Withdrawal Policy?

You may drop courses online using MyCSUEB until the end of the University’s Drop Period. After the Drop Period ends, you must complete a Withdrawal Form with an authorized signature from the department responsible for the course(s) to until the Withdrawal Deadline. Please refer to the University website for deadline information for the corresponding 7-Week Session of the term.

The date that the withdrawal request form is submitted to the University Records Office determines the amount of a refund. Please see the chart (7-Week Refund Policy) to determine the amount refunded.

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At a Glance

Area of study: Certificates in eLearning

Ideal for: Educators, instructors, trainers, staff, or aspiring professionals who want to gain the knowledge and expertise for entry-level eLearning specialist and coordination/administration positions in a wide variety of fields including higher education, K-12, corporate training, and various public and private industry sectors.

Program format: Online

Number of courses: 4 or 5 courses

Program length: As little as 16 weeks

Tuition fees: $1,458 per course/$486 per unit (Tuition fees are subject to change at any time.)


Please let us know if we can answer any questions about the eLearning Certificates program. Many answers can also be found in our online Support Center.

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