Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Program Type:
- Online Certificate
- College of Education and Human Performance
The Graduate Certificate in Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) provides additional training for educators and related service providers. Course work focuses on knowledge, skills, and competencies for working with students with ASD. The program’s four courses can be incorporated into an Exceptional Education master’s degree or taken to supplement an undergraduate or graduate degree. UCF’s ASD certificate has been approved by the Florida Department of Education as meeting requirements for State Endorsement in Autism (Administrative Rule 6A-4.01796). Individuals holding the Florida ESE teacher certification may apply the four certificate courses toward the endorsement.
Contact us today to learn more about UCF’s Online Autism Spectrum Disorders Certificate.
Call 1-855-903-8576 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Official catalog information including application deadlines, curriculum requirements and program restrictions can be found in the UCF Graduate Catalog.
Please note: This program may be completed online, although not all elective options or program prerequisites may be offered online. Newly admitted students choosing to complete this program exclusively via UCF online classes may enroll with a reduction in campus-based fees.
International students (F or J visa) are required to enroll in a full-time course load of 9 credit hours during the fall and spring semesters. Only 3 of the 9 credit hours may be taken in a completely online format. For a detailed listing of enrollment requirements for international students, please visit www.international.ucf.edu. If you have questions, please consult International Affairs and Global Strategies at 407-823-2337.
Refer to State Restrictions for online programs that are currently restricted.
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