The Intervention Specialist Mild-Moderate graduate level, second licensure program is for licensed teachers seeking to teach children in grades K-12 with mild-moderate disabilities and educational needs in a variety of inclusive settings.
Is this program for you?
You already have a teaching license, but want to be part of a growth area. The number of special education teachers is expected to increase by 17 percent from 2008 to 2018, which is faster than the average for all occupations. (US Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2010-11 Edition)
You want to effectively collaborate and communicate with all stakeholders of students with disabilities in Ohio K-12 schools.
- You want a second licenure program with hours that can be applied to the M.Ed. Curriculum & Instruction: Intervention Specialist Mild-Moderate degree.
What courses are in this program?
See the Graduate Catalog for required prerequisite courses.
|Course Numbers and Titles||Credit Hours|
EDIS 546: Introduction to Educational Intervention
EDIS 535: Curriculum/Methods for Career/Daily Living Skills
EDIS 541: Creating Effective Learning Environments
EDIS 542: Communication, Consultation & Teaming Skills
EDIS 548: Assessing & Teaching Children with Mild-Moderate Educational Needs
EDIS 507: Language/Communication Disorders in Children & Intervention
EDIS 579: Special Education Law, Policies & Procedures for Intervention Specialist
EDIS 592: Internship
|Total Hours in Program||26-31|
Where can you take the Professional Courses required for this program?
Graduate classes are offered in face-to-face, hybrid (combination of face-to-face and online) and online formats. Online classes have no face-to-face meetings, but may meet for synchronous classes sessions throughout a given semester or term. While not all courses are available online, many can be found in hybrid formats.
|Ashland Campus||Cleveland Program Center||Columbus Program Center||Elyria Program Center||Stark/Massillon Program Center||Some Courses May be Available Online|