Autism Spectrum Disorders (AUSD)

The graduate microcertificate in Autism Spectrum Disorder develops professionals in the area of autism spectrum disorder who might be interested in supporting individuals in K-12 education, as well as other service focused settings (e.g., counseling, social work, employment support).  Students who earn the microcertificate develop knowledge and skills in the areas of characteristics, assessment, evidence-based educational interventions, and environmental adaptations for individuals with autism spectrum disorder.

Admission to the Microcertificate: Students must meet the Graduate School admission requirements. Applicants should include a statement of purpose and current resume.

Requirements for the Graduate Microcertificate in Autism Spectrum Disorder: (9 hours)

SPED 68003Teaching Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders3
SPED 68103Characteristics and Assessment of Persons with ASD3
SPED 51403Teaching Communication Skills to Persons with Autism3
Total Hours9