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Two New Undergraduate Certificates Offered Online by CMU


​​​​​​​​​Deafblind Intervener

As one of only two programs of its kind in the U.S., CMU's new online Deafblind Intervener Certificate program will train students and professionals to improve educational outcomes for students who are deafblind. The 12-credit-hour program is relevant for those who study or work in special education, communication disorders, physical therapy and therapeutic recreation.​

Additionally, graduates of the Deafblind Intervener Certificate program will be able to demonstrate knowledge of the key concepts of deafblindness, as a result they will be able to obtain the national interv​ener credential offered by the National Resource Center for Paraeducators. Learn more about the Deafblind Intervener C​ertificate.​

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​Technical & Professional Writing

This undergraduate certificate will enhance the writing skills of students in any major who plan to become professionals in their field, e.g., administrators, engineers, managers, scientists, teachers. It wil​l also prepare students who want to become in-house writers or editors in business, industry, education, government agencies, and non-profit organizations as well as those who want to become freelance technical writers and editors.​

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