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Teaching Students with Autism (TSA) Graduate Certificate Program (Non-Degree)

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Graduate Certificate For Teaching Students with Autism-Spectrum disorders

This Teaching Students with Autism (TSA) Graduate Certificate Program (Non-Degree) is a fully online program from UNC's School of Special Education, focused on educating those with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and/or Significant Support Needs (SSN). This certificate is focused on assessing and teaching K-12 students identified as having an autism spectrum disorder and those with severe needs.

The certificate consists of four courses (12 graduate credits) and the online program offers the freedom to attend from anywhere. You can start any term.

Practical Skills and a Variety of Career Options

This program is designed for those with a bachelor’s degree in Education or a related area, or those who work with children with autism. It will provide you with the instruction and behavior intervention strategies to better accommodate and teach those with autism spectrum disorders.
Improve your ability to teach students with ASD and SSN in a variety of K-12 settings. As the incidence of autism spectrum disorders increases, so does the need for organizations and educators to be able to effectively teach this population of students. Contact us or apply now to advance your skills in teaching children with autism.

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Credits Required:
12
Time to Completion:
4 terms
Tuition:
$495/credit hour

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Program Coordinator:

Robin Brewer

970-351-1661

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