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Online Behavioral Interventions and Supports Certificate

Overview

Boise State University offers a fully online certificate program in Behavioral Interventions and Supports. The field of special education serves the needs of individuals with disabilities from birth through adulthood in both school and community settings. Many individuals with disabilities experience challenging behaviors that make inclusion in school and community-based settings a challenge. Professionals with training and expertise in behavioral interventions and supports are highly sought after in both schools and community-based intervention programs. The proposed Boise State Certificate in Behavioral Interventions and Supports will provide training to both current and prospective special education professionals that will enhance their marketability and skill for a variety of positions.

About this program

Overview and Admissions

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Certificate Requirements

The below Behavioral Interventions and Supports curriculum shows the courses required for the program.

Course NumberTitleCredits
ED-ESP 512
or
ED-ESP 554
Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports in Early Childhood
or
Positive Behavior Programs
3
ED-ESP 517 School-wide Behavior Support systems3
ED-ESP 518 Intensive, Individualized Behavior Support3
ED-ESP 548 Autism Spectrum Disorders3
ED-ESP 558 Assessment in Special Education3
ED-ESP 559 Collaboration and Leadership in Special Education3
Total18

Tuition and fees

Find information on Behavioral Interventions and Supports tuition and fees here.
Due to U.S. Department of Education Regulation, if you are not concurrently enrolled in this certificate and a master’s degree at Boise State, this stand alone certificate program is not eligible for federal financial aid. Students should seek private alternative loans. There are many options to choose from. Interest rates and payback terms are very similar to federal loan programs. Boise State provides some information about private alternative loans.

Admissions

Find information on Behavioral Interventions and Supports admissions here.

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