Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) Graduate Certificate


Miami University’s Department of Educational Psychology offers educators and other related service personnel a valuable professional development certificate with practical classroom applications. Students will develop a broad and updated knowledge base in current research & trends, methods for classroom instruction, understanding and developing approaches to social-emotional and communicative skills, and methods for behavior support & intervention. This non-sequential, 4-course online certificate program addresses the following topics:
  1. Current research and trends
  2. Methods for classroom instruction
  3. Approaches to social-emotional & communicative skills
  4. Methods for behavior support & intervention


Courses may be taken in any order and are offered in all academic terms (fall, winter, spring and summer). Courses are taught entirely online.

Course Requirements


The certificate is available to current and newly admitted Miami graduate students, without regard to their degree-seeking status. Current Miami degree-seekers (including combined degree students) apply using the link on the Graduate Student Association Canvas site. All other applicants apply using the Graduate School's application. Students must be admitted to the certificate program prior to taking courses for certification.

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Program tuition and fees are dependent upon residency, term and course of study. Please visit the One Stop for Student Success Services website for details regarding tuition and fees.
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TEAM Scholarship

The Teacher Education Access at Miami (TEAM) Scholarship provides a 50% discount on graduate tuition and fees for Ohio PreK-12 Educators.

For More Information Contact:

Molly Kelly, Chief Departmental Advisor
513-529-1711 or 513-529-6621