The Academic Certification in Educational Diagnosticians requires faculty to holistically review application materials to determine specific course sequence and can be up to 27 graduate level hours.
Individuals seeking the Professional Certification in the area of Educational Diagnostician must possess a Master's Degree and have satisfactorily met all the requirements of the UNT Educational Diagnostician program.
Students seeking recommendation for a professional certification at UNT must complete a minimum of 12 credit hours at UNT. This is a university requirement.
During your enrollment in EDSP 5540, you must file a deficiency plan with the Student Advising Office, Matthews Hall, Room 105. In preparation for obtaining the deficiency plan, you must meet with a faculty advisor who will complete an Educational Diagnostician Deficiency Plan. This worksheet along with copies of your teaching certificate, teaching service record, and official transcripts for all college/university credit completed will be required by the Student Advising Office.
Once the official deficiency plan is completed by the Student Advising Office, the student must provide a copy to the Special Education Office for his/her official student file.