Now more than ever, there is an increasing demand for professionals who have the in-depth knowledge and skill sets needed to teach and work with students on the autism spectrum. This master's degree may be of interest to those who want to learn about how to more effectively work with students on the autism spectrum.
About MAT: Autism Education at Morningside
- According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about one in 54 children has been identified with autism spectrum disorder, a number that continues to rise. This means that there will continue to be a need for skilled professionals with the expertise to effectively teach individuals on the spectrum.
- Expand your opportunities for advancing your work while enhancing your skills in areas such as theory and practice, inclusive settings, intensive needs, assessment, and more.
- Enjoy the flexible advantages of earning a degree 100% online, allowing you to work and maintain your personal and professional aspirations.
- Take advantage of opportunities to gain practical experience that can be immediately applied in the classroom.