• ASD Licensure

    Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) Additional License

    Become a leader in ASD.

    Autism is the fastest growing developmental disability in Minnesota. With increasing numbers of ASD learners in our schools, it is crucial that teachers possess the skills necessary to provide them with quality intervention and instruction.

    Why Hamline?

    Minnesota will require teachers to hold an ASD license to work with learners on the autism spectrum beginning July 2015. Hamline has been educating teachers and leaders in ASD for years and has enhanced its coursework to reflect the new ASD competencies.

    With an additional license in Autism Spectrum Disorders from Hamline, you will:

    • Work with faculty who are both nationally and internationally recognized in the field and who work with learners with ASD.
    • Gain practical knowledge to impact student learning in courses based on current research and best practice.
    • Build your confidence and enhance your skills in areas such as assessment, teaching strategies, and behavior management with an up-to-date and engaging curriculum.
    • Experience the convenience, community, and connection of a fully-online program.

    Program Overview

    Flexible Structure: Fully online courses and final on-site practicum
    Program Begins: Fall, spring, and summer terms
    Time to Complete: Approximately 18 months
    Curriculum: 20 credits
    Cost: View current tuition rates

  • Learn More

    Contact a Graduate Admission counselor and request information to learn more about enrolling in the ASD Additional Licensure program.

    Request Info

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    About the Program

    Provide quality instruction and intervention to ASD learners with an additional license.

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    Attend an Information Session

    Learn from faculty and staff about School of Education graduate programs at the next info session on November 19.