Inclusion

Inclusion

Degree Type

15-credit Technical Certificate

Program Code

40-522-CA

Time to Degree

Less than 1 year

Start Date

August / January

How You'll Learn

Hybrid

Evening

Explore methods to better support and work with students with disabilities in K-12 school settings. Develop skills to work with school and Individualized Education Plan (IEP) teams to provide meaningful, student-centered accommodations. Learn to implement a wide variety of learning approaches for students with emotional and behavioral differences.

Tuition Costs

The cost of your degree depends on a number of factors, including where you live, how your program is delivered, how long it takes to finish your program and the financial aid you receive. Explore current tuition and fees.

How To Start

  • Prospective certificate students do not need to complete an application for admission to WCTC.
  • First semester students may register during Open Registration for General Public.
  • Prerequisite and program restrictions may apply.
  • After the start of their first class, students must declare their intent to complete a certificate.
  • Certificate students are eligible to receive priority registration for their second semester.
 

Program Details

Questions? We'd love to help! Connect with our Outreach team by filling out our online form or by email at outreach@wctc.edu.

This certificate does not qualify for financial aid. To qualify for most federal financial aid, a student must be enrolled in a technical diploma or associate degree program.

What Makes This Program Unique?

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This short-term certificate program is ideal for new students exploring careers in education or current paraprofessionals looking to expand their skills in working with students with disabilities.

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