Sensory Disabilities

Graduate Certificate Program Summary


The certificate will provide additional education for professionals interested in students with sensory disabilities. Through focused coursework about unique programs and services, collaboration with families, and specialized instructional methods, participants will gain a deeper understanding of how to effectively work with and support students who have unique sensory learning needs.

The Graduate Certificate in Sensory Disabilities alone does not qualify the holder to apply for a Nebraska teaching endorsement in Deaf Education or Visual Impairment. Students interested in pursuing an endorsement in either Deaf Education or Visual Impairment will be able to take additional coursework and should contact Dr. Thomas (Deaf Education) or Dr. Savaiano (Visual Impairments) for more information.

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Graduate Chair
Dr. Matthew Lambert

Coordinator (Deaf Education)
Dr. Anne Thomas

Coordinator (Visual Impairments)
Dr. Mackenzie Savaiano

Graduate Secretary
Ms. Jill England

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Application checklist and deadlines

1. Required by Graduate Studies

2. Required by the department

  • Resume/CV
  • Statement of Purpose/Goals
  • 3 References
  • Minimum English proficiency: Paper TOEFL 550, Internet TOEFL 79, IELTS 6.5
Application deadline
Rolling Admissions

This summary page is maintained by Graduate Studies.
For additional details check out the dept./program website: SECD Graduate Certificates.

Departments: Have an update for this summary? Contact Kurt Mueller.