This is a non-licensure minor that includes courses that fulfill post-baccalaureate licensure in Special Education.
|SPED 290||Introduction to Special Needs and Lab 1||3|
|Special Education Core|
|SPED 430||Foundations in Mild to Moderate Disabilities||3|
|SPED 450||Curriculum Design & Implementation in Special Education||3|
|SPED 460||Positive Behavior Support in Special Education 2||3|
|SPED 470||Collaboration in Educational Settings 2||3|
|Select 3-9 credits of the following:||3-9|
|Infants, Toddlers, & Families in ECSE & Lab|
|Programming for ECSE|
|Infants and Toddlers|
|Food Sanitation and Safety|
|Introduction to Adapted Physical Education & LAB 3|
|Adapted Physical Education Methods & LAB 3|
|Assessment & Educational Planning & Lab|
|Diseases and Disorders in Childhood|
|Procedural Safeguards in Special Education|
|Compliant Practices in IEP Writing|
|Autism Spectrum Disorders:Issues & Needs|
SPED 400 Field Experience in Special Education (0-2 cr.) may be needed for transfer students without a lab experience.
Minor: Special Education Notes:
All courses with a SPED prefix can later be used toward the SPED-ABS degree/licensure.
Teacher licensure requirements given in this catalog are subject to change without notice to accommodate the requirements of licensure and accrediting agencies. These changes may be applied to students currently enrolled in the program. Students seeking a teaching license must complete a program approved by the Minnesota Board of Teaching; the University will then recommend that an appropriate license be issued. Students interested in Teacher Education should ask for the most up-to-date information on teaching licensure requirements in the Education Department Office.