The Certificate in Autism Spectrum Disorder assists teachers and other professionals who work with students diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in K-12 schools to understand the nature of ASD and the educational techniques used to meet their needs. The population of students being diagnosed with ASD has grown dramatically over the past decade. This certificate will benefit special educators and many general education teachers, who are being asked to serve these students at all grade levels.
This certificate is offered by the Department of Teacher Education, Special Education, Curriculum & Instruction located within the highly ranked and internationally recognized Lynch School. Our geographic proximity to the concentration of academic institutions in the Greater Boston and Northeast region, and our extraordinary alumni network provide significant opportunities to enhance your professional career.
This certificate consists of 3 courses and one field experience for a total of 10 credits.
Full time or part time students will typically complete the certificate in 1 year.
Students can begin the program in the fall, spring, or summer semesters.
|EDUC 6495||Human Development and Disabilities||3|
|EDUC 6496||Foundations of Autism Spectrum Disorder||3|
|EDUC 6497||Intervention for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder||3|
|EDUC 6498||Autism Spectrum Disorder Field Experience
Education should level the playing field – we feel the same way about financial aid.
The Lynch School of Education and Human Development provides more than $7.5 million in financial aid to students each year. As a result, the quality of BC’s instruction, the benefit of our alumni network, and the impact a BC degree will have on your employment options is both affordable and invaluable. Here’s why:
In addition to your academic history and relevant work experience, please include:
In 1,000-1,500 words, describe your academic and professional goals, any experience relevant to this program, and your future plans, expectations, and aspirations.
Undergraduate transcripts are required as part of the application process and graduate transcripts are accepted, but not required. Please note the following:
Transcripts must be mailed to the following address:
Boston College, Lynch School of Education
Office of Graduate Admission, Financial Aid, and Student Services
Campion Hall 135
140 Commonwealth Avenue
Chestnut Hill, MA 02467