The University of Florida College of Medicine's 12-credit Online Autism Spectrum Disorder program offers a flexible learning environment for working professionals and other individuals who want to enhance their education and career opportunities in autism spectrum disorder. Complete in as few as two semesters.

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Program Overview Position yourself for success with specialized training in recognizing and treating autism disorder and working with individuals who are affected, from a top autism program and university.

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Professional Certificate Learn about the 12-credit program that provides curricular training as a foundation for providing improved care, policymaking, and support and services for people living with ASD and their families.

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VA Approved The UF Autism Spectrum Disorder Professional Certificate is VA-approved, and students can apply their military education and training benefits toward the cost of tuition.

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