Summer & Fall Admission: February 28Spring Admission: September 30Rolling Admissions: Although we encourage applications to be submitted by February 28th for Summer and Fall admission and September 30th for Spring admission, we also offer the option of rolling admission.
Certificate Program: Educational Diagnosis (EDAG)Certificate: Graduate Certificate (GCERT)Program Code: GCERT-EDAG
Department: Special EducationProgram: Special Education
Educational Diagnosticians are uniquely qualified to provide skilled educational assessment services to children with disabilities. Using their combined classroom teaching experience and diagnostic skills, Educational Diagnosticians conduct valid, individualized assessments to determine eligibility, develop effective instruction and programming, and monitor student progress. Throughout the United States, there is a demand for qualified assessment specialists as school districts implement large-scale assessment requirements and individualized student evaluations required by federal law. In New Mexico, there is a significant need for Educational Diagnosticians in both urban as well as rural school districts.
Thank you for your interest in the EDAG Program. I look forward to talking to you. However, prior to talking, it would be most useful if you would fill out the electronic Information Sheet. Be sure to include your most frequently used email address so that I can contact you.
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Margo Collier, PhDAssociate ProfessorEducational Diagnostician Program CoordinatorDepartment of Special EducationCollege of Education & Human Sciencescollierm@unm.edu1 University of New MexicoAlbuquerque, New Mexico 87131-0001
Our program has determined it meets professional licensure requirements in the state of New Mexico. It has not determined it meets professional licensure requirements in any other state.
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