Graduate Certificate Programs
Autism Spectrum Disorders
- SPED 550 Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorders (3)
- SPED 555 Promoting Social & Communicative Competence in Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders (3)
- SPED 560 Strategies and Interventions for Supporting Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders in School, Home and Community (3)
- SPED 580 Internship in Autism Spectrum Disorders (3)
TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED: 12
Contact Information: Dr. Rachel Mathews, email@example.com, 434.395.2532
21st Century Learning and Leadership
A student must apply to enter the program at least by mid-semester of the second course taken within the certificate program. Request an Application packet from the College of Graduate and Professional Studies by calling 434.395.2707, toll free 877.267.7883. or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- EDUC 580 Mentoring Teachers and Students as 21st Century Leaders (3)
- EDUC 581 Assessing 21st Century Skills (3)
- EDUC 582 Emerging Trends in Technology for 21st Century Learning (3)
- EDUC 583 Instructional Design for Elearning (3)
- EDUC 584 Distance Learning Models (3)
- EDUC 585 Collaborative Communities in Elearning (3)
TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED: 18
Contact Information: Dr. Manorama Talaiver, email@example.com, 434.517.0717
Within the Department of Education and Special Education we offer two graduate certificates - Autism Spectrum Disorders and 21st Century Learning and Leadership.
Certificates provide in depth study on a specific topic and in some cases, an additional endorsement area.
Students must apply for admission to the certificate at least by mid-semester of the second course taken.
Contact the College of Graduate & Professional Studies for admission applications and information (firstname.lastname@example.org or 434.395.2707 or 877.267.7883 toll free).