Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)
(Offered Completely Online 36 credit hours)
Students are exposed to a wide variety of topics within the field of Special Education and are prepared to engage in activities related to informal assessment, functional behavior assessment, behavior intervention, special education law, programming and transition. Educators and professionals working with individuals with disabilities in schools, community service agencies and residential settings can now earn their Master’s in Special Education with a concentration in Autism Spectrum Disorders at UHV.
The Master’s of Education in Special Education classes are delivered completely online. The entire program could be completed over a two year period* This program is ideal for students who work full time, have family obligations and/or live in an area where access to higher education is not available. Online courses are designed so students can access and participate in their classes virtually any time of the day.
Those students who already have a Master’s Degree, or students who wish to only receive the certificate, can take the ASD course sequence by enrolling at UHV as nondegree seeking students.
The ASD course sequence includes the following courses:
- Fall 1: SPED 6327 and CUIN 6332
- Spring 1: SPED 6326 and FEDU 6331
- Summer 1: SPED 6331 (must be completed BEFORE they can take 6325 in the Fall) and SPED 6321
- Fall 2: SPED 6325 (must have already completed 6331) and SPED 6337
- Spring 2: FEDU 6321 and SPED 6339
- Summer 2: SPED 6336 and SPED 6334
Special Education M.Ed.: ASD Concentration (36 hours)
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