Education Autism Endorsement
The Autism Endorsement is intended for currently certified Exceptional Student Education teachers. Two Autism Endorsement courses are offered each semester. Courses are online and facilitated by an instructor who directs all course learning activities and communications.
Courses offered during Fall and Summer 1 semesters:
- EEX4094: Educating Students with Autism
- EEX4760: Assistive Technology for Students with Autism
Courses offered during Spring and Summer 2 semesters:
- EEX4603: Positive Behavior Support
- EEX4232: Identification and Assessment of Students with Autism
Register for Classes
Please review this brief registration checklist to ensure proper processing of your application.
Step One: Complete the IRSC Application for Admission
Complete the IRSC online application and Statement of Residency (refer to Guidelines for Florida Residency for Tuition Purposes) Applications may be submitted well in advance of the term of enrollment and all admission documents must be on file with IRSC before the noted registration dates. When completing the application, students should select baccalaureate-level, non-degree, employment-related student using the program code H0010 or H0020 for non-degree, personal-use baccalaureate.
Step Two: Send Your Teaching Certificate and Transcripts
Include a copy of your Florida Professional Educator Certificate (or temporary) and a copy of your previous college transcripts. Scan and send them to Priscilla Bouchard at email@example.com or call at 772-462-7793.
In addition to Baccalaureate-level tuition, students will incur a $15 distance learning fee per course and the cost of four required textbooks.
Financial assistance through the ESE Endorsements Tuition Support Program may be available to Exceptional Student Education teachers who are teaching students identified as having Autism Spectrum Disorder in a Florida public school. A completed application for tuition support should be submitted to Melanie Morales by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by fax at 305-273-6101. Questions can be directed to 305-348-2390.