The ARPE Department is committed to increasing opportunities for adult learners through post-baccalaureate certificates in the fields of postsecondary educational leadership, rehabilitation counseling and administration.
The Certificate in Cognitive Disabilities is designed for current and aspiring rehabilitation counselors who are, or intend to become, providers of vocational and independent living services on behalf of persons with cognitive disabilities, including those with autistic spectrum disorders, intellectual disability, traumatic brain injuries, and learning disabilities.
The purpose of this 12 hour graduate certificate is to equip postsecondary faculty and administrators in 2- and 4- year insitutions with the knowledge and skills to access, manage, and utilize input data, student information system generated data, outcome-based assessment results, and other benchmark indicators of institutional data in their decision-making processes.
This 15-unit graduate certificate program offers advanced study and field-based research opportunities for educators interested in leadership roles in adult education.
Rehabilitation counselors can now be licensed in the state of California with the fulfillment of a series of courses and workshops, and additional exams, one of which is the CRC.
The purpose of the certificate is to educate rehabilitation counselors to provide effective interventions that will result in greater workforce participation and community integration of individuals who experience psychiatric disabilities.
The purpose of this certificate is to train interested engineers and non-engineers in the field of rehabilitation technology using formal classroom instruction, project design and fabrication, and internship.
The purpose of this certificate is to prepare specialists who can develop and implement programs in supported employment and adult community living for youth and young adults with disabilities.
The Community College Teaching Certificate (CCTC) Program at San Diego State University is designed to prepare current and prospective community college faculty in transfer, basic skill, vocational, and career technical education areas.
This project is a 21-unit advanced graduate certificate program designed to provide post-employment training for rehabilitation personnel who coordinate and manage programs for American Indian consumers served through the state-federal and Tribal rehabilitation systems.
The intent of the program is to provide academically credited, continuing education for rehabilitation personnel who are, or who will be, coordinating and managing programs for consumers served through the state/federal rehabilitation system.