Severe Disabilities Levels PreK-12/Professional Licensure Concentration, MS
The Severe Disabilities program is designed to prepare professionals in the field of developmental disabilities including Autism Spectrum Disorders. The program emphasizes modifications for the general education curriculum, applied academics, alternative assessments, transition and vocational strategies, and school and community inclusion. Threaded throughout the program are themes of diversity, community and family collaboration, and technology. This program includes a year-long practicum.
M.S. Education: Severe Disabilities Levels PreK-12/Professional Licensure Requirements
|SPE 540||Research in Education||3|
|Edu Prof Lic Elec||Electives||12|
|Edu Prof Lic Elec II||Electives 1||24|
|Total Credits Required:||39|
Students must select 24 credits of graduate coursework with an EDU, ESL, RDG, SEA, or SPE prefix.
|RDG 530||Reading Research||3|
|RDG 532||Methods and Strategies for Comp of Narrative and Non-Fiction Text||3|
|RDG 534||Reading and Writing Assessment||3|
|RDG 538||Language Disorders and Literacy||3|
|RDG 548||Structures of Language & Literacy 2 : Consolidation of Lit Acquisition||3|
|SPE 543||Teaching of Writing||3|
|SPE 547||Structure of Language Part l: Phonology, Orthography, Morphology||3|