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ASU's Master of Education in curriculum and instruction: autism spectrum disorders equips individuals with specialized skills and knowledge to work effectively and compassionately with children and adults affected with autism.
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The steady rise in number of those affected by autism has caused a public demand for professionals who are aware of the issues and needs facing these special individuals, their families and service providers. As a graduate of this program, you will be well prepared to provide important services and care for individuals with any of the autism spectrum disorders, either as educators, interventionists, psychologists, speech pathologists, behavior analysts, or family members.
You will complete a practicum customized to individual interests and abilities. The program culminates with creation of a portfolio that demonstrates analysis and synthesis of material learned in the master’s program and evidence of competency in the six Council for Exceptional Children autism standards.
NOTE: Students interested in sitting for the national Board Certified Behavior Analyst examination should apply for the Master’s in curriculum and instruction: applied behavioral analysis focus or the applied behavior analysis graduate certificate, depending on interest and need.
All students are required to meet general university admission requirements.
Some programs may have additional requirements for admission.