The Autism Studies Certificate of Proficiency is a five-course sequence being offered in the Behavioral Sciences department. The program is unique in that it is also available through Community Education. The courses start with a basic understanding of autism and move through early intervention, educational options, and lifespan interventions. The final fieldwork course requires hands on work with individuals on the Autism Spectrum.
The five course sequence is:
|Course I||SW 2500 Understanding Autism (prerequisite)|
|Course II||SW 3810 Autism across the Lifespan: Infants and Children|
|Course III||SW 3820 Autism across the Lifespan: Teens and Adults|
|Course IV||SW 3850 Autism Assessment and Treatment|
|Course V||SW 482R Fieldwork/Seminar|
Students interested in the Autism Certificate Program should go here to find out which advisor to contact.
For further information please contact Dr. Teresa Cardon at 801.863.5517 or firstname.lastname@example.org