Special Education Administration - Certificate
The Graduate Certificate in Special Education Administration (SEA) is part of the department's strong academic offerings in special education, which include a master of education in special education and state certification in general special education, learning disabilities, and intellectual and developmental disabilities. This certificate is designed for experienced educators and prepares administrators who manage and lead special education programs.
In order to receive the Graduate Certificate for Special Education Administrator, the matriculated student must pass a minimum of 12 credits, including transfer credits, from the courses below, or electives if appropriate, taken after admission to the Graduate Certificate program, and must complete all requirements for state certification as a special education administrator.
Special Education Courses
||Introduction to Exceptionality||4|
|EDUC||939||Assessment and Teaching of Children with Learning Difficulties||4|
|EDUC||756/856||Supporting Families of Individuals with Disabilities||4|
|EDUC||951||Laws and Regulations Affecting the Education of Students with
|EDUC||956||Positive Behavior Supports||4|
The courses above are currently offered each academic year.
|EDUC||961||Public School Administration||4|
|EDUC||962||Educational Finance and Business Management||4|
|EDUC||964||Human Resources in Education||4|
The courses above are currently offered once every three semesters. EDUC 974 is offered in the summer and the fall semesters.