Graduate Education Licensure Program: Intervention Specialist
Make a difference in the lives of children with special needs by becoming an Intervention Specialist.
Earn your master's degree in Education - and your teaching license.
"My father called me "Teacher" because it was a dream come true..."
- Moses Rumano
Assistant Professor of Education
- SPED 558 - Characteristics of Learners with Mild/Moderate Educational Needs
- EDUC 505 - Introduction to American Education
Gateway I: Admission to Teacher Education
- SPED 540 - Criticism of Children's and Young Adults' Literature
- SPED 554 - Classroom Management and Motivation
- SPED 547 - Language Development and Differences
- SPED 655 - Interventions for Learners with Mild/Moderate Educational Needs
Gateway II: Application for Clinical Experience
- SPED 544 - Phonics and Structure of the English Education
- EDUC 503 - Social & Cultural Diversity from a Christian Worldview
- SPED 625 - Communication, Collaboration, and Advocacy
- SPED 652 - Principles of Instruction in Inclusive Classrooms
Gateway III: Recommendation for Licensure & Professional Practice