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Certificate in Inclusive Education

Are you: A teacher or future teacher? A parent volunteering in your child's school?

Overview

The Certificate in Inclusive Education (30 credits) (formerly Certificate in Special Education) is a hands-on program, geared for those who face the complexities of educating or raising students and children with special needs on a daily basis. The Certificate covers such diverse topics as behavioural issues, giftedness, learning difficulties and Autism Spectrum Disorders. The program is administered by the McGill School of Continuing Studies.

Primary audience

This program is geared towards:

  • Educational professionals
  • Those who wish to enter the field of education and have some experience in an educational institution
  • Concerned parents who may have children with special needs and are involved with their respective schools, even if only as a volunteer

Careers

For those who are not certified teachers, typically graduates of the Certificate in Inclusive Education Program apply for jobs in daycares, as teacher aides, and as Resource Room workers.

 

Admissions

View detailed admissions requirements in the McGill Calendar Certificate in Inclusive Education page.

 

Application

Visit the Apply/Register section of the McGill School of Continuing Studies website for application information and application deadlines.

 

Courses

View a fuMcGill Course Calendarll list of required and complementary courses in the McGill Course Calendar:

Not all courses are offered each semester or year. For current course offerings, visit the Minerva Dynamic Schedule - Class Schedule Search. Select a study term, then search by "EDPI" in the Subject field.

Course registration questions? Visit our Registration page.

 

Timetables

Students are required to follow the course sequences as outlined in the timetables provided below.

Fall 2014

 

Winter 2015

 

Tuition & fees

McGill Continuing Studies tuition and fees vary for Quebec residents, non-Quebec Canadian students, and International students. Visit the McGill Continuing Studies Fees page for links to current tuition and fee information.

Information about application fees, fines, and other charges can be found on the Students Accounts website.

FAQ

Questions? Please view our FAQ before contacting our office. If you still have questions after reading the questions and answers, we will be happy to assist.

 


 

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