Admission to the MAT program in Autism Spectrum Disorders is determined on the
basis of the following criteria:
- Possession of a bachelors
degree from an accredited institution, with an undergraduate GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. (An average of less than 3.0 will be
reviewed for conditional admission.)
- Two letters of recommendation
from current supervisor or professional persons.
- Valid Michigan teaching
certificate, current or expired. An expired certificate must be renewed to
be ASD endorsed.
- Prior or concurrent teaching
- Admission interview with the
Coordinator of the Autism Spectrum Disorders Program.
Students may transfer up to 6 semester hours of credit, with
departmental approval for the MAT in ASD. Students may take up to 6 semester
hours prior to admission.
Reduced rates are available for Madonna graduates. Special tuition rates are
available for teachers in the Archdiocese of Detroit. Please contact Student
Accounts at Madonna University for the current rate. The Archdiocese also
offers a tuition assistance program for qualified candidates working in the
Archdiocese of Detroit Schools. Please contact the Office of Catholic
Schools at 313-237-5770 for information.
For more information about our Austism Spectrum Disorders Master's
Dr. Jill Robinson at 734-432-5651.
College of Education