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.
Minnesota now requires teachers to hold an ASD license to work with learners on the autism spectrum. Hamline has been educating teachers and leaders in ASD for more than 16 years and has enhanced its coursework to reflect the new ASD competencies.
With an additional license in Autism Spectrum Disorder from Hamline, you will:
Program delivery: Fully online courses and final on-site practicumProgram start: Fall, spring, and summer termsTime to complete: Typically 18 monthsCurriculum: 21 creditsCost: View current tuition rates
Students pursuing licensure may be granted equivalence for courses taken at Hamline or at other accredited institutions.
Your coursework in the ASD Licensure program may be applied to Hamline School of Education’s Master of Arts in Education or Master of Arts in Literacy Education.
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Contact a Graduate Admission counselor and request information to learn more about enrolling in the Additional Licensure program.
Provide quality instruction and intervention to ASD learners with an additional license.
Learn from faculty and staff about School of Education graduate programs at the next info session on September 21.