University of the Southwest

Master of Science in Education - Educational Diagnostics

Educational diagnosticians are individuals who specialize in working with children and families with suspected disabilities.  They are instrumental in the data collection, assessment, identification, and placement of students with disabilities.  Educational diagnosticians work in collaboration with teachers and administrators to provide the most appropriate education for each child.  If you have an interest in analyzing assessment data, writing formal reports, and collaborating with others, then we would love to hear from you.  Apply to become an educational diagnostician today!  The educational diagnostician program at the University of the Southwest is accredited by the New Mexico Public Education Department.

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