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Special Education

Special Education Interventionist K-8

Requirements for the B.S. in Special Education

The major in Special Education has a strong background in psychology.  Individuals interested in this major will become knowledgeable in how to work with both gifted and challenged students from kindergarten through the eighth grade.  Effective fall 2015, this major provides the route to teacher licensure in Special Education Interventionist K-8.

E313

Books and Related Materials for Adolescents

3 s.h. 

PY231

Developmental Psychology I

3 s.h.

PY311

Abnormal Psychology

3 s.h.

PY321

Theories of Personality

3 s.h.

M355

OR

M356

Math for Elementary School I

 

Math for Elementary School II

3 s.h.

 

3 s.h.

SE330

Nature and Characteristics of Individuals with Mild/Moderate Disabilities

3 s.h. 

SE356

Assessment

3 s.h.

SE375

Collaboration/Planning

3 s.h.

SE383

Methods for Intervention

3 s.h.

SE401

Adaptive Environment

3 s.h.

 

Students wishing to be licensed must also complete the enhanced ACR I and the following professional education courses.

ED110

Introduction to Teaching

3 s.h.

ED201

Educational Psychology

3 s.h.

ED230

Instructional Technology

1 s.h.

ED320

Survey of Exceptional Children

2 s.h.

ED340

Teaching Reading

2 s.h.

SE414

Gifted and Talented

3 s.h.

SE425

Inclusive Classroom

3 s.h.

ED435

Policies/Law

3 s.h.

ED447

Student Teaching K-8

12 s.h.

ED475

Student Teaching Seminar

3 s.h.