Are you interested in learning more about human disabilities? Do you want to better understand related laws and advocacy that protect the rights of children and adults with disabilities? Does collaboration across fields and roles in order to support people with special needs in schools and community settings appeal to you? All of these connections can lead you to Alvernia for a 12-credit graduate level Certificate in Disabilities and Inclusive Communities.
As an added value, you can also build upon this Certificate to earn a Pennsylvania Department of Education approved Special Education Teaching Certification later at Alvernia. Beginning in Summer 2013, the four courses below will be available online and in a blended format throughout the year:
MED 505: Introduction to Individuals with Special Needs (Suggested first course)
MED 515: Differentiated Instruction in Inclusive Classrooms
MED 535: Collaboration and Legal Issues in Special Education
MED 545: Social Development & Behavior Support
We’re here to help you get where you want to go. That’s why Alvernia University has made applying to the Certificate in Disabilities and Inclusive Communities program a little easier for busy educators like you.
Application to Alvernia University is on a rolling admissions basis, which means that we are constantly accepting and reviewing applications. Following are the admission requirements for the graduate certificate program at Alvernia University.
For more information about the certificate program please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 610-796-5187.