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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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Autism Endorsement Florida exceptional student education (ESE) teachers can complete the University of Florida ASD Certificate to meet the training requirement for the Department of Education autism endorsement.

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ESE Teacher Funding Tuition support of $1,000 per course is available for eligible Florida public school exceptional student education (ESE) teachers who plan to complete the University of Florida ASD Certificate and then go on to add the autism endorsement to their professional certificate.

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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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