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The graduate certificate program in Pre-Kindergarten Disabilities Endorsement provides post-baccalaureate students and master’s-prepared teachers the opportunity to obtain the requisite curriculum to become credentialed in this area. The goal of the program is to prepare qualified students to teach the population of infants, toddlers, and pre-kindergarten children with disabilities.
In addition to the admission requirements established by the university, applicants must provide evidence of coursework in one of the following areas: exceptional student education, preschool education (0-4), primary education (K-3), pre-kindergarten/primary education (PK-3), or early childhood education. To learn more, visit the CED certificate program website or the Graduate Catalog.
Required Courses: 12 Total Credit Hours
All courses are available in a Web-based format.
- EEX 5702: Planning Curriculum for Pre-Kindergarten Children with Disabilities
- EEX 5750: Communication with Parents and Agencies
- EEX 6017: Typical and Atypical Applied Child Development
- EEX 6222: Observation and Assessment of Young Children
Please note: Due to restrictive state regulations, UCF is not permitted to provide online courses or instruction to students in some states. More information is available here.
For information contact:
Mary Little, Ph.D.
College of Education