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Reach Your PotentialSeton Hall University’s College of Education and Human Services offers an online professional certificate in Special Education Transition. The four course certificate program is aligned with national special education standards by the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC). Special education teachers, school counselors, school psychologists, community agency representatives and family members will find the content and practice highly relevant to real world issues.

Seton Hall recognizes the importance of transition planning and services. This online certificate program provides the professional knowledge and skills to support students with disabilities as they transition to post-secondary school opportunities.

Students in Seton Hall’s Special Education Transition Certificate benefit from:

  • Convenient schedule of online courses.
  • Expert practitioner faculty.
  • Flexible curriculum—enroll in individual courses or the four course certificate sequence.
  • Courses may apply toward a masters in special education.

The entire program is conveniently delivered online and each course spans seven weeks in length. Certificates are awarded upon completion of the four course sequence.

Seton Hall University Special Education Transition instructor Dr. Zoe Lloyd, who also serves as Supervisor of Special Programs in Bergenfield Public Schools, explains the importance of special education transition, “it is imperative that transition planning begin at an early age, be individualized to the student, and be based on backward mapping from post-21 goals. With collaborative, careful planning among all stakeholders, our students with disabilities can be successful citizens.”

Advance your career by continuing your education with a Special Education Transition Certificate from Seton Hall University!

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(973) 761-9087
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For more information please contact:
Diana Minakakis
(973) 275-2824
Diana.minakakis@shu.edu

 

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