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Student Behavior Management, Advanced Certificate

Make the classroom a safer and more productive environment by understanding the challenges displayed by children and adolescents with academic, behavioral, and social problems.

What You’ll Learn

With the Student Behavior Management, Advanced Certificate, you’ll learn how different behaviors among pre-K–12 students can impact classroom function and learning. With that foundation, you’ll be able to create solutions to positively affect student growth and success.

Career Options

  • P-12 school counselor
  • Academic advisor
  • Career counselor
  • College advisor
  • Educational/youth support organization staff

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New York Tech is ranked among the top 50 regional universities in the North.

How You’ll Succeed

How You’ll Succeed With just five three-credit courses, you’ll be better prepared to understand the factors that contribute to student behavior, classroom dynamics, and school climate. You’ll stand out to employers by having a strong knowledge of the practices that increase student safety and well being that meet the requirements of New York State Project Save legislation.

Plus, once you begin the Student Behavior Management, Advanced Certificate program, you may later apply to the School Counseling, M.S. to further open up your career options and kickstart your future.

USNWR Best Colleges/Regional

Top-Tier Ranking

New York Tech is ranked among the top 50 regional universities in the North.

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