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College of Professional Studies

Undergraduate Program

Special Education Concentration (4 courses)

We have a variety of options to help you gain the required knowledge and skills to apply for an Indiana License in Mild Intervention and/or Intense Intervention. You can choose special education as either your concentration area or as a dual-license program.

Once you are admitted to Block 1 for the teacher education program in the Department of Educational Studies, you may begin taking classes for the certification in special education. EDU30500/30600 (K305 or K306) is the first required course for Special Education.

EDU 30500 (K305) Teaching the Exceptional Learner in the Elementary School
EDU 30600 (K306) Teaching the Exceptional Learner in the Secondary School

*****  EDU 30500/30600 Must be taken first  *****

EDU 37001 (K370) Introduction to Learning Disabilities (Pre-req or Co-requisite EDU 30500/30600)

EDU 46500 (K465) Service Delivery Systems and Consultation Strategies
      (Offered Spring and Summer only) (Pre-req EDU 37001 (K370))

Course Descriptions