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Cohesive program structure
All of the courses in the program have been carefully developed to be cohesive. Students are introduced to concepts in one course which are then expanded upon in other courses. This provides students with a comprehensive knowledge of the theories and practices and enables them to apply these to a range of situations.
Griffith University's Autism Centre of Excellence is highly respected within the global autism community, and the academics are recognised as leaders in the field of autism study and research.
As a student, you will learn from the latest research and evidence, ensuring you are at the leading edge of autism study
A rich, engaged learning experience
The teaching team brings experience from psychology, speech and language pathology, education and occupational therapy, and our students are drawn from diverse backgrounds. This creates a rich learning environment for everyone.
Our program is delivered online using digital tutorial technology. It's all recorded so you can study when it suits you. We guide you through the material and discussion forums so you can post questions and share experiences with fellow students.
Autism is a condition that affects people around the world regardless of who they are or where they come from.
The knowledge and skills students gain through the course are applicable around the world.
Master of Autism Studies
After completing her Graduate Certificate in Autism Studies, Bernadette Beasley continued her study with Griffith's masters program.
While studying she established her own autism consultancy that focuses on supporting children and young people with autism in schools. The success of her consultancy has meant her advice is now sought at the highest levels of government.
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Be equipped to improve the lives of people with Autism.
Students and graduates of Griffith University's Autism Studies program describe it as 'transformative'. As a graduate of the program you will gain the confidence to lead positive change however and wherever that may be. You not only gain knowledge, but you also learn how to apply that knowledge to your situation.
You'll be well prepared to advance into leadership and specialist roles in education, health, government policy, social work and service provision for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their families. Educators with specialised knowledge in providing for the needs of learners with ASDs are in high demand in public and private education sectors such as:
- Specialist teachers
- School leaders
- Curriculum leaders
You'll also have the option of completing a research masters and following a career in autism research.
October 18, 2018
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Monday 5 February — Friday 21 December
Ongoing Q&A sessions
Book a 30 minute, personalised appointment with a member of our student recruitment team, to help find the right degree for you and get personalised advice about your study options. You can also find out about scholarships and discover admission pathways to university. Find out more
Saturday 15 December — Thursday 20 December
Explore Your Options - Online
Chat online with our expert study advisers after you have received your entry score, to discuss your study options. Find out about admission pathways, entry requirements and program options, plus what you can do if your OP or ATAR score was higher or lower than expected.
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