Graduate Certificate in Transition Special Education
The graduate certificate in transition special education prepares interdisciplinary personnel to be a change agent in teaching, leadership and support roles. The certificate program prepares leaders to assist youth with disabilities and at-risk youth to make successful transitions through high school to post-secondary education, competitive-integrated employment and full citizenship. The curriculum integrates the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) Advanced Knowledge and Skills for Transition Specialists.
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The following requirements must be fulfilled: 12 credits in required courses.
|SPED 6230||Vocational Assessment of Individuals with Disabilities|
|SPED 6233||Curriculum in Special Education|
|or SPED 6235||Employment Models for Individuals with Disabilities|
|SPED 6236||Introduction to Career and Career–Technical Education and Transition Services|
|SPED 6255||Collaboration with Systems and Families|