This degree prepares individuals to work with students with disabilities in collaborative school environments. The course of study consists of 30-36 credits over six terms (one year that includes two summers). The program accommodates both working teachers and individuals seeking initial teacher certification in special education.
There is 70% scholarship opportunity sponsored by the School of Education and Human Development. The School makes these awards at the same time as final admissions decisions are made.
|TAL 606||Issues and Strategies for ESOL||3|
or TAL 608 Language Development for Linguistically and Culturally Diverse Students
|TAL 614||Assessment in Special Education||3|
|TAL 629||Educating Exceptional Students||3|
|TAL 634||Language and Reading Instruction||3|
or TAL 647 Language and Early Reading Instruction
|TAL 635||Inclusive Models of Teaching||3|
|TAL 636 Universal Design for Learning and Assistive Technology Strategies for Transition||3|
|TAL 668||Human Development, Learning and Schooling||3|
|TAL 677 Applied Research in Education||3|
|TAL 678 Methods for Teaching Math to Diverse Learners||3|
|TAL 681 Principles of Curriculum Development and Classroom Management for TESOL||3|
|Total Credit Hours||30|