Autism Spectrum Disorder Q&A Recap

Josh Duke


On May 7, faculty and staff members from the FSU autism spectrum disorder master's program answered questions during a virtual Q&A session. We wanted to provide a recap of the most commonly asked questions regarding our autism spectrum disorder graduate program.

What is the length of the program? How long does it take to complete?

Our online master's program takes approximately two years to complete.

How much does the program cost?

The cost of the program depends on your residency; you can find tuition and fee information for FSU students here.

What kind of financial aid is available?

We have a grant-funded project, K-12 Individuals with Developmental Disabilities (KiDDs), which will support 45 scholars in completing graduate training to become special educators, speech language pathologists, physical therapists and occupational therapists, beginning in Fall 2020. Learn more here. More information about scholarship and aid opportunities for students in the College of Education at FSU is available here.

Is this program only for teachers?

No; our online master's and graduate certificate programs are designed for anyone who is wanting to work with individuals with ASD in a variety of settings.

What are the research interests of the ASD program faculty?

Click on the links below to learn more about our faculty, and check out our Research in a Minute videos below!

Which program is right for me?

The FSU College of Education has a number of programs that may interest people who wish to work with individuals with autism:

  Apply for our online master's program by July 1 for Fall 2020 admission - no GRE required!