Graduate Certificate in Brain Injury: Educational and Transition Services
The graduate certificate in brain injury: educational and transition services is offered through an interdisciplinary program that prepares educators and support personnel to address the needs of youth and young adults with brain injury as they transition from school to postsecondary education, employment, and independent self-adjustment. The program integrates the roles of relevant disciplines and service agencies, including postsecondary planning, alternative service models, and extended career support and adjustment to independent living.
Specific admission requirements are shown on the Graduate Program Finder.
The following requirements must be fulfilled: 15 credits in required courses.
|SPED 6223||Introduction to Brain Injury: Programs, Policies, and Resources|
|SPED 6224||Brain Function and Impact of Brain Injury on Learning and Education|
|SPED 6231||Instructional Methods in Secondary Special Education and Transition|
|SPED 6240||Family Support and Guidance in Special Education|
|SPED 6255||Collaboration with Systems and Families|