472 - Special Education

General

Program Title
Special Education
Degree Designation
BS
Program Level
Undergraduate
Instruction Mode
On Campus
Program Description
The Department of Special Education offers an undergraduate, comprehensive major which leads to licensure to teach students with learning disabilities, emotional/behavioral disorders, or developmental disabilities. Students will complete a common sequence of coursework which will culminates in a student teaching experience and specialized coursework during their senior year. After obtaining one license at the undergraduate level, students will have completed a majority of the coursework for the additional licenses, which may be obtained at the graduate level. - At the graduate level, students may obtain licensure in a program that leads to a Master of Science degree or students may be admitted to a program of study that leads to licensure only. The graduate student's program of study may be designed to emphasize education of K-12 students with learning disabilities, emotional/behavioral disorders, developmental disabilities, or physical/health disabilities (pending program approval).
Department(s)
Special Education
College/School
College of Education and Learning Design
Status
Active

Requirements

Program Requirements

Core (12 credits): SPED 203 (counts as Diversity) SPED 420, SPED 421, SPED 431.

General Education Block (16 credits): SPED 338, SPED 339, SPED 405, SPED 415, SPED 418, SPED 445.

Special Education Block (15 credits): SPED 411, SPED 416, SPED 419, SPED 440, SPED 455.

Student Teaching Semester (16 credits): SPED 490, SPED 452, SPED 456, SPED 457.

Special licensure requirements: ED 200 or SPED 200 or CFS 200, CEEP 262, CEEP 361, HURL 497, HURL 498, IM 422
(competencies required - see IM section), and MATH 301.

Learning Outcomes

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