Educational Diagnostician Certification
The Educational Diagnostician Certification program is designed for individuals seeking to improve and extend their professional skills in special education. The coursework provides candidates with the academic foundations for certification as an Educational Diagnostician.
Applicants interested in the Educational Diagnostician Certification are required to have a valid teaching certificate, three years classroom teaching experience, and a master’s degree in education before they can sit for the state certification exam.
Applicants seeking admission for the Educational Diagnostician Certification must submit the following directly to the Office of Graduate Admissions:
Tk20 application and the $50.00 TEA fee
Official transcript from the baccalaureate and master degree granting institution(s)
Two recommendation forms
Copy of applicant's teacher certification
Copy of Service Record
Official GRE scores, if GPA in last 60 hours is below a 2.75
For recommendation forms and writing sample instructions, please contact the Department of Language, Literacy and Special Populations at (936) 294-1108.
|Educational Diagnostician Certification|
|SPED 5301||Ed Of Indvdls Wth Disabilities||3|
|SPED 5302||Assessment In Special Edu||3|
|or SPED 6322||Bilingual Spec Ed Assessment|
|SPED 5305||Indv Assmt-Cog Funct/Wechsler||3|
|or SPED 6319||Bilingual Cognitive Assessment|
|SPED 6308||Practicum & Mthd In Special Ed||3|
|SPED 6312||Prac Edu Diagnosticians||3|