Effectively Educate Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Autism and Children’s Learning
New Graduate-Level Course

  • June 16 to July 17, 2014 (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday)
  • 12:40 to 2:50 p.m.
  • Blended course format (online and on the JCU campus)

The Autism and Children’s Learning graduate-level course is part of JCU’s new Master of Education in Advanced Studies—Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder and Intervention program. The program provides students with an in-depth understanding of ASD and ways to address the educational needs of children with this diagnosis.

Course Overview

The Autism and Children’s Learning graduate-level course helps teachers and other educational professionals enhance their understanding of:

  • Characteristics and incidence of autism spectrum disorder.
  • Implications for children’s learning, behavior, and ability to process information.
  • Best practices for assessment and intervention.
  • Current issues related to autism services.

Take the Next Step

  • Qualified applicants may take the Autism and Children’s Learning course as a non-degree seeking student.
  • Licensed teachers receive a 33% tuition scholarship.

For more information on applying for the Autism and Children’s Learning course, contact Vivienne Porter, Graduate Admissions Counselor, at vporter@jcu.edu or 216.397.4284, or complete this form: