Special Education Learning Disabilities Minor
The Special Education Learning Disabilities Minor prepares people to work with students with learning disabilities in grades K-12. The minor may be paired with an education program to pursue the learning disabilities special education endorsement on a teaching certificate, taken as a stand-alone program for current teachers for current teachers to add the learning disabilities special education endorsement to an existing teaching certificate, or taken as a stand-alone minor for students who are not following a teaching career pathway, but want to know about working with students with special needs in any setting.
|PSYC 301||Exceptional Child/Adolescent||3|
|TEAC 221||Special Education/Partnerships||3|
|SPED 302||Communication and Community||3|
|SPED 340||Intro to Learning Disabilities||4|
|SPED 402||Special Education Assessment||3|
|SPED 440||Intensive Interventions & Inst||4|
|SPED 442||Planning/Managing Learning Env||3|
|Additional Requirements for SM Endorsement|
|Dir Teaching Sem: Special Ed|
|Dir Teach: Special Education|
Students must earn a grade of C or higher in each course. Education courses require a grade of B- or higher. A minimum gpa of 2.700 or higher is required for this minor.