The Autism Spectrum Disorders Endorsement Program at Robert Morris University is designed to meet the needs and interests of teachers and administrators who have the desire to increase their knowledge in working with students on the Autism Spectrum, including but not limited to general and special educators, school psychologists, principals, guidance counselors, speech and language clinicians, occupational and physical therapists, and reading specialists.
Students enrolled in the program receive one-on-one advising, attend small classes, collaborate with practitioners and administrators in local school districts, and develop close relationships with faculty with diverse experiences in K-12 schools. Students are engaged in innovative programs, partnerships within the school communities, and student organization and volunteer opportunities.
Core Courses - 12 Credits
|SPED6055||Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorders|
|SPED6070||Communication and Special Educ: Instr Methods and Practices|
|SPED6060||Advanced Studies in Behavior|
|SPED6075||Advanced Studies in Autism Spectrum Disorders|
Most of our graduate programs can be completed in 27 months or less, through in-class, online or hybrid study. Take classes one night a week through your course of study. Admission is rolling and classes start fresh every eight weeks. You can also choose to pursue your degree full- or part-time.
RMU Autism Spectrum Disorders Endorsement students will be able to: