The transition from school to employment, postsecondary education or independent living can be difficult for anyone, especially individuals with disabilities. The coursework required for Texas Tech University's online Graduate Certificate in Special Education Transition is designed to prepare people to help individuals with disabilities make this transition.
Although there is no application deadline, potential students are encouraged to submit all application materials at least two months prior to projected initial enrollment.
Interested in taking only one or two courses? Use Texas Tech University's Graduate Temporary Status to apply and take as many as 12 credit hours without completing the application process to a degree program.
Certificate programs can be pursued independently or concurrently with a master’s program. All coursework is offered online.
|EDSP 5390||Seminar in Special Education: Transition Services for Students with Disabilities|
|EDSP 5330||Children and Youth with High Incidence Disabilities|
|EDSP 5304||Instructional Strategies for Teaching Students with High Incidence Disabilities|
|EDSP 5308||Authentic Assessment for Students with Exceptionalities|
|EDSP 5390||Seminar in Special Education: Transition Curriculum in Postsecondary Education and Employment Models for Students with Disabilities|
For a Master of Education in Special Education, emphasis in Special Education Transition, 21 additional credit hours of coursework and a comprehensive evaluation or thesis will be required.
Contact the program coordinator by phone.