Graduate Certificate in Autism Spectrum Disorders
The graduate certificate in autism spectrum disorders prepares students to address more effectively the following issues in working with children with autism spectrum disorders: academic achievement and study skills commensurate with their cognitive strength, which provides the widest range of options for college and career choices; social skills for navigating all of the environments in which they live, work, and play; and problem-solving strategies that enable them to respond flexibly and successfully in challenging situations.
The certificate program is designed for individuals with a bachelor’s or master’s degree who are interested in focusing on a multi-intervention approach to instructing students with autism spectrum disorders.
Visit the program website for additional information.
The following requirements must be fulfilled: 15 credits in required courses.
|SPED 6240||Family Support and Guidance in Special Education|
|SPED 6253||Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorders|
|SPED 6260||Developmental Assessment in Special Education|
|SPED 6261||Practicum: Methods and Materials for Young Children with Disabilities (3 credits)|
|SPED 6290||Affective Development and Behavior Management in Special Education|