• Traumatic Brain Injury Certificate

    Gain the knowledge and skills you need to work with students with TBI and other special needs.

    Each year, over 1.5 million people will sustain a traumatic brain injury. And more than 2,700 Minnesota children experience such an injury each year. Students with traumatic brain injury (TBI) come to schools and classrooms with a unique set of needs.

    Why Hamline?

    With a TBI Certificate from Hamline, you will:

    • Gain a better understanding of TBI and its impact on school-age children and their families.
    • Explore instructional strategies to employ in the classroom.
    • Understand how to observe and assess behaviors of students with TBI and how to change behavior when needed.
    • Develop your knowledge of neurobiological disorders, including medical aspects and terminology, and their effects on educational performance.
    • Learn to understand the cognitive, social/emotional, and communication needs of students with TBI.

    Program Overview

    Flexible Structure: Online
    Time to Complete: 12 to 18 months
    Program Begins: Fall, Spring, and Summer terms
    Curriculum: 12 credits (9 required and 3 elective)
    Cost: View current tuition rates

  • Learn More

    Contact a Graduate Admission counselor and request information to learn more about how you can pursue a TBI Certificate.

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  • State Eligibility and Complaint Process

    State Eligibility

    Hamline University, like all higher education institutions, must follow individual state regulations before enrolling students outside of Minnesota in its online programs. Hamline can enroll students residing in most states, but please confirm whether your state is among the eligible states.

    Complaint Process

    Hamline University is committed to providing outstanding online education. If you have a question, concern, or complaint about your online education experience at Hamline, please review our complaint process for online education at Hamline.

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    About the Program

    Gain the knowledge and skills you need to work with students with TBI and other special needs.

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