The graduate program in Moderate Disabilities prepares candidates to work with children in grades PreK-8 with moderate disabilities who participate in integrated or self-contained classrooms.
|ED 501G||Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment in Social Studies and World Geography||4|
|ED 502G||Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment in Science, Health and Physical Education||2|
|ED 503G||Children’s and Young Adult Literature and Arts, with Field Experience||2|
|ED 505G||Foundations of Special Education||2|
|ED 507G||Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment in Reading & Language Arts||4|
|ED 513G||Diagnostic Assessments||2|
|ED 571G||Understanding Children with Mild & Moderate Disabilities: Characteristics, Terminology, Practices, Placement & Adaptations||2|
|ED 572G||Child Development and Language Acquisition: Theories, Issues, Practices and Research||2|
|ED 573G||Math Methods for the Elementary School||2|
|ED 574G||The Successful & Positive Classroom: Organization, Management & Accountability||2|
|GRAD 519||Core Math: Numbers and Operations, Function, Geometry and Algebra||4|
Practicum and Teaching Seminar for Teacher of Moderate Disabilities (PreK-8); 300 hours
Students must receive permission prior to enrolling in a practicum.
|ED 557G||The Culturally & Linguistically Diverse Student with Special Needs||2|
|ED 567G||Response to Intervention Model: History, Characteristics & Implementation||2|
Students must pass all MTEL exams appropriate for the Teacher of Students with Moderate Disabilities (PreK-8) Licensure to enroll in the Practicum Course ED 551G.
Course work and program options are subject to change.