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Johns Hopkins School of Education
Master of Science in Special Education - Mild - to Moderate Disabilities (39 credits)
Designed for individuals who are seeking to become certified teachers working with students who have mild-to-moderate disabilities, including emotional disturbances as well as mild intellectual and learning disabilities.
Master of Science in Special Education- Severe Disabilities (Emphasis in Autism Spectrum Disorders)
Prepares certified teachers to work with those who require specialized instruction and intensive support in areas of independent living and adaptive behavior- including students who have been identified on the autism spectrum.
Graduate Certificate: Education of Students with Autism and other Pervasive Developmental Disorders (18 credits)
Designed for parents, certified educators, educational support personnel, and interested members of the community to gain practical knowledge for support children and adults diagnosed with autism.
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