Digital Badges

Overview

St. John’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences offers seven graduate digital badges: Autism, Behavioral Research Methods, Computational Mathematics for Chemists, Curating, Environmental Analysis, Museum Education, and Museum Studies. Digital badges are online credentials you can display on a variety of platforms, including LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, and on your resume or curriculum vita (CV). They demonstrate your skill and knowledge in the designated area and give you a professional edge in a competitive global market.

These digital badges can be earned independently or on the way to a full graduate degree. Courses applied to badges at St. John’s may be applied to master’s and graduate certificate programs within the College, with approval of the program director and Dean’s office.

Please note that if digital badges are earned independently from a full graduate degree as a non-matriculated student, no federal financial aid is available for coursework.

For more information, please contact [email protected].

Courses

The required courses for each badge are listed below:

  • Autism Badge
    PSY 744 Assessment Methods for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • PSY 745 Applied Behavior Analysis
  • PSY 746 Single Case Design in Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Behavioral Research Methods Badge
    PSY 603 Statistical Design in Research
  • PSY 604 Psychology Laboratory
  • PSY 659 Psychological Measurement and Scaling
  • Coding and Data Science Badge
    MTH 165 Introduction to Computing with Applications
  • MTH 177 Software Systems
  • MTH 580 Database Management Systems
  • Computational Biology Badge
    Select one of the following:
    • BIO 207 Biochemistry
    • BIO 208 Molecular Biology
  • BIO 209 Bioinformatics
  • MTH 165 Introduction to Computing with Applications
  • Select one of the following:
    • MTH 172 Operations Research I
    • MTH 177 Software Systems
    • MTH 180 Computer Algorithms
  • Computational Mathematics for Chemists
    CHE 101 Instrumental Methods of Analysis
  • MTH 165 Introduction to Computing with Applications
  • Choose One:
    • MTH 161 Introduction to Probability
    • MTH 167 Mathematical Modeling I
    • MTH 173 Operations Research I
  • Curating Badge
    ART 103 Writing for Museums
  • ART 105 Introduction to Curating
  • ART 107 Special Topics
  • ART 600 Internship

 

  • Environmental Analysis Badge
    BIO 299 Scientific Literacy and Integrity
  • CHE 202 Separation Techniques in Chemistry
  • CHE 200 Environmental Chemistry
  • Mathematical Biology Badge
    BIO 207 Biochemistry
  • MTH 161 Introduction to Probability
  • MTH 167 Mathematical Modeling
  • Museum Education badge
    ART 101 Introduction to Working in Museums
  • ART 106 Special Topics
  • ART 301 Museum as Learning Environment
  • ART 600 Internship
  • Museum Studies
    ART 101 Introduction to Working in Museums
  • ART 103 Writing for Museums
  • ART 105 Introduction to Curating
  • ART 106 Special Topics
  • ART 600 Internship
School Neuropsychological Assessment
  • PSY 772 School Neuropsychological Assessment
  • PSY 773 Practicum in School Neuropsychological Assessment I
  • PSY 774 Practicum in School Neuropsychological Assessment II
  • Teaching American Politics Digital Badge
    GOV 205
  • One three-credit course in American Politics, as listed in the current Graduate Bulletin
  • EDU 7291 Innovative Strategies in Secondary Education: Social Studies, or an equivalent course in secondary teaching methodology, as defined by the Department of Curriculum and Instruction
  • Teaching Global Politics Digital Badge
    GOV 205
  • One three-credit course in International Relations or Comparative Politics, as listed in the current Graduate Bulletin
  • EDU 7291 Innovative Strategies in Secondary Education: Social Studies, or an equivalent course in secondary teaching methodology, as defined by the Department of Curriculum and Instruction
  • Teaching Political Ideas Digital Badge
    GOV 205
  • One three-credit course in Political Theory, as listed in the current Graduate Bulletin
  • EDU 7291 Innovative Strategies in Secondary Education: Social Studies, or an equivalent course in secondary teaching methodology, as defined by the Department of Curriculum and Instruction

To receive your badge and display on your website, LinkedIn page, Twitter account, or elsewhere, send an email to [email protected] after you have completed the final course for the badge. We will review your transcript and issue your badge upon confirmation of completion of the requirements.