Special Education: Sensory Disabilities Graduate Certificate
The certificate will provide additional education for professionals interested in students with sensory disabilities. Through focused coursework about unique programs and services, collaboration with families, and specialized instructional methods, participants will gain a deeper understanding of how to effectively work with and support students who have unique sensory learning needs. This program is offered online during the academic year.
The Graduate Certificate in Sensory Disabilities does not qualify the holder to apply for a Nebraska teaching endorsement in Deaf Education or Visual Impairment. Students interested in pursuing an endorsement in either Deaf Education or Visual Impairment will need to complete additional coursework. Students with a special education teaching certificate may add a practicum to this graduate certificate to be eligible for the Behavior Intervention Specialists supplemental endorsement from the Nebraska Department of Education. Interested students should work closely with their advisor(s) regarding NDE endorsement.
Tuition & Fees For Special Education: Sensory Disabilities Graduate Certificate
Graduate: Application & Admission
The Sensory Disabilities Certificate Program includes 12 credit hours of graduate coursework in special education—9 credit hours required and 3 credit hours of a choice of electives. View Catalogs & Courses
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