Fall 2020 Guidance
In response to COVID-19, university courses and operations remain predominantly online for fall.

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Certificates 4 Programs

Graduate Certificate Programs

Prepare to support and advocate for children with ASD. Explore research and issues, challenges of the criminal justice system, transition to adulthood, and how to focus on individual strengths. Learn to be an ally for people with disabilities.
Develop deep understanding of the unique languages, cultures, and identities of linguistically diverse student populations. Learn best practices for teaching emergent bilingual learners in this 15-credit program leading to endorsement in Massachusetts.
Off Campus
Off Campus
Learn to support students with autism so they can reach their full potential. This certificate prepares you to teach in settings from PreK through transition to adulthood. Study aspects of autism from diagnosis to curriculum planning and advocacy.
On Campus
On Campus
Provide effective transition planning to special education students ages 14-22 as they prepare for work and further learning. Take this as a graduate certificate or, if you are a licensed special educators or other professional working with this group, as a state-approved endorsement.