Post-Master's Certificate of Advanced Study - Educational Diagnostician

The Department of Teacher Education and the Special Education Program offer coursework leading to an Educational Diagnostician Certification. To obtain a recommendation for certification through Texas Woman’s University, an individual must have a master’s degree (preferably in education or an education-related field), three years of creditable teaching experience, a valid Texas teaching certificate, and completion of coursework on a plan of study leading to certification. After being admitted to the Graduate School and the Educational Diagnostician Program, the certification candidate must meet with his or her faculty advisor to develop a plan of study. The number of semester credit hours required and specific coursework varies depending on applicants’ academic preparation and experience. Further information about certification program plans of study and requirements for the TExES examination are located on the Department of Teacher Education website.

Students must (a) be officially admitted into the Diagnostician program and (b) have permission from their faculty advisor to enroll in these courses.
Exceptionalities
EDSP 5103Developmental Disabilities3
EDSP 5303Students With Emotional/Behavioral Disorders3
EDSP 5413Individuals with Learning Disabilities3
Interventions
Select three hours from the following courses:3
Collaborating for Effective Intervention
Behavior Interventions for Students with Disabilities
Instructional Interventions for Students with Disabilities
Support
EDSP 5033Using Assessments for Effective Interventions3
EDSP 5043Legal and Administrative Issues of Special Education Programs3
Assessment
EDSP 5833Individual Diagnostic Assessment3
EDSP 5843Special Education Evaluation3
EDSP 5863Educational Diagnostician Practicum3
Total SCHs27