• Master of Science in Education Autism Track and Certificate (All Online)

    McAllan Hall

    Monmouth University's School of Education's first fully online degree program that you can complete from the comfort of your home!

    • The MSEd in Education, Autism Track degree program is a 30-credit program that prepares teachers to focus on the design of educational services for children with autism, and prepares individuals to teach student who are on the autism spectrum. The program includes instruction in laws and policies, as well as identifying students with autism, developing individual education plans, and teaching and supervising autistic students.

    Requirements:

    • Must be a certified teacher
    • Possession of a baccalaureate degree with a minimum 2.75 overall GPA and a minimum 3.0 GPA in the undergraduate major.
    • Two letters of recommendation related to the applicant's competence for this graduate program and professional work.
    • Essay (500 words or more) explaining why the applicant wishes to pursue this graduate program.

    Complete our online form to learn about your Graduate Scholarship eligibility, which is made available to participants in the fall, spring, and summer semesters.

    For more information call the Office of Graduate Admission at 800-320-7754 or 732-571-3452.

    Monmouth to Offer a Graduate Certificate in Autism
    Beginning Fall 2011!

    Responding to the increased need for trained practitioners dealing with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Monmouth is pleased to offer a 15-credit online graduate certification program for teachers, service providers like speech therapists, occupational therapists, physical therapists, and child study team members who are looking to develop or extend their understanding of effective educational practices for working with individuals with ASD.

    The certificate will help develop a clear understanding of the characteristics of students with ASD, and learn effective, research-based teaching strategies, social, communicative, and behavioral interventions, and supports for use within the educational environment. A bachelor’s degree with a minimum 2.75 overall GPA and a minimum 3.0 GPA in the undergraduate major is required.

    For more information contact the Office of Graduate Admission.