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M.Ed. in Special Ed

Advising Program Checklist

 

Printable Version: Special Education/Collaborative Teacher (Traditional Class A Certification) K-6

Special Education/Collaborative Teacher (Alternative Class A Certification) K-6

Special Education/Collaborative Teacher (Traditional Class A Certification) 6-12

Special Education/Collaborative Teacher (Alternative Class A Certification) 6-12

 

TRADITIONAL CLASS A CHECKLIST (K-6)

Master of Education Degree (30-36  semester hours)

Course Number

Description

Hours

Field Exp. Hrs. Req.

Grade

Offered

Prerequisite

Teaching Field: 18 hours  (At least 1/3 of the program shall be in the teaching field courses, must have SED or appropriate prefix)

 

 

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

 

 

 

 

Additional Courses: 12 hours    May be taken prior to unconditional admission

**SED 520

Context of Education

3

 

 

fa,sp,su

May be taken prior to unconditional admission

**SED 530 OR

**SED 550

Dynamics of Admin & Sup OR

Research, Publ & Grant Writing

3 each

 

 

 

May be taken prior to unconditional admission

**SED 590

Comm., Collab.

& Diversity

3

10

 

 

Spring

only

May be taken prior to unconditional admission

**EDT 574

Computer-Based Instr Tech

3

 

10

 

 

fa,sp,su

May be taken prior to unconditional admission

Survey of Special Education Coursework:  0-3 hours (Required if not previously completed)  

SED 500

 

The Exceptional Student

3

5

 

 

fa,sp,su

 

Internship:  6 hours  (if required)

 

 

 

*SED 690

 

Practicum in Inclusive Settings

 

0-3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Must be unconditionally admitted to Grad. Studies/COE

 

ALTERNATIVE CLASS A CHECKLIST (K-6)

Master of Education Degree (46-49  semester hours)

Course Number

Description

Hours

Hrs. Req.

Field Exp.

Grade

Offered

Prerequisite

Curriculum and Teaching:  3

**SED 590

Comm., Collab.

& Diversity

3

10

 

 

Spring

only

May be taken prior to unconditional admission

Professional Studies:  4

**EDU 500

Prep for Admission to TEP

1

 

 

Fall, Spring, & Summer

May be taken prior to unconditional admission

**SED 520

Context of Education

3

 

 

Summer & Fall only

May be taken prior to unconditional admission

Survey of Special Education Coursework:  (Required if not previously completed)  0-3

SED 500

 

The Exceptional Student

3

5

 

 

Fall, Spring, & Summer

May be taken prior to unconditional admission

 

Technology:  3

**EDT 574

Computer-Based Instr Tech

3

 

10

 

 

Fall, Spring, & Summer

May be taken prior to unconditional admission

Evaluation of Teaching and Learning:  3

**SED 652

Asses. Instr. For Spec Populations

 

3

10

 

 

Spring only

 

May be taken prior to unconditional admission

Reading:  3

 

 

REA 560

OR

REA 578

 

Techniques & Skills in Reading

OR

Reading in the Content Areas

 

3

 

10

OR

20

 

 

 

Fall, Spring, & Summer

Must be unconditionally admitted to Grad. Studies/COE

 

Internship:  6

 

                       

 

 

SED 680/687

 

Student Teach in

Inclusive Settings

 

6

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fall & Spring only

 

Must be unconditionally admitted to Grad. Studies/COE

Teaching Field: 24 (At least 1/3 of the program shall be in teaching field courses)

 

SED 622

 

Autism Spectrum

 

3

 

 

 

 

Fall only

Must be unconditionally admitted to Grad. Studies/COE

 

SED 640

Lang. Interv. For

Students w/ Disabilities

 

3

 

 


Sping only

Must be unconditionally admitted to Grad. Studies/COE

 

SED 660

 

Seminar in ECE

 

3

 

10

 

 

Fall only

Must be unconditionally admitted to Grad. Studies/COE

 

SED 662

Bhrv/EDU Interv

For MR/DD

 

3

 

 

 

 

Fall only

Must be unconditionally admitted to Grad. Studies/COE

IN ADDITION TO THE FOUR CLASSES SPECIFIED IN THE TEACHING FIELD TWELVE (12) HOURS OF ADVISIOR APPROVED GRADUATE ELECTIVES APPROPRIATE TO COLLABRORATIVE EDUCATION MUST BE TAKEN.

 

 

 

 

3

 

 

 

MUST BE AN ADVISIOR APVD. GRAD. ELECTIVE APPROPRIATE TO COLLAB. EDUCATION

 

 

 

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

 

 

 

 

  

TRADITIONAL CLASS A CHECKLIST (6-12)

Master of Education Degree (30-36  semester hours)

Course Number

Description

Hours

Field Exp. Hrs. Req.

Grade

Offered

Prerequisite

Teaching Field: 18 hours  (At least 1/3 of the program shall be in the teaching field courses, Must have SEC or appropriate prefix)

 

 

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

 

 

 

 

Additional Courses: 12 hours    May be taken prior to unconditional admission

**SED 520

Context of Education

3

 

 

fa,sp,su

May be taken prior to unconditional admission

**SED 530 OR

**SED 550

Dynamics of Admin & Sup OR

Research, Publ & Grant Writing

3 each

 

 

 

May be taken prior to unconditional admission

**SED 590

Comm., Collab.

& Diversity

3

10

 

 

Spring

only

May be taken prior to unconditional admission

**EDT 574

Computer-Based Instr Tech

3

 

10

 

 

fa,sp,su

May be taken prior to unconditional admission

Survey of Special Education Coursework:  0-3 hours (Required if not previously completed)  

SED 500

 

The Exceptional Student

3

5

 

 

fa,sp,su

 

Internship:  6 hours  (if required)

 

                     

 

 

*SED 695

 

Practicum in Inclusive Settings

 

0-3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Must be unconditionally admitted to Grad. Studies/COE

 

ALTERNATIVE CLASS A CHECKLIST (6-12)

Master of Education Degree (46-49  semester hours)

Course Number

Description

Hours

Hrs. Req.

Field Exp.

Grade

Offered

Prerequisite

Curriculum and Teaching:  3

**SED 590

Comm., Collab.

& Diversity

3

10

 

 

Spring

only

May be taken prior to unconditional admission

Professional Studies:  4

**EDU 500

Prep for Admission to TEP

1

 

 

fa,sp,su

May be taken prior to unconditional admission

**SED 520

Context of Education

3

 

 

Summer & Fall only

May be taken prior to unconditional admission

Survey of Special Education Coursework:  (Required if not previously completed)  0-3

SED 500

 

The Exceptional Student

3

5

 

 

fa,sp,su

May be taken prior to unconditional admission

Technology:  3

**EDT 574

Computer-Based Instr. Tech

3

 

10

 

 

fa,sp,su

May be taken prior to unconditional admission

Evaluation of Teaching and Learning:  3

**SED 652

Asses. Instr. For Spec Populations

 

3

10

 

 

Spring only

 

May be taken prior to unconditional admission

Reading:  3

 

 

REA 560

OR

REA 578

 

Techniques & Skills in Reading

OR

Reading in the Content Areas

 

3

 

10

OR

20

 

 

 

fa,sp,su

Must be unconditionally admitted to Grad. Studies/COE

 

Internship:  6

 

                       

 

 

SED 685/687

 

Student Teach in

Inclusive Settings

 

6

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fall & Spring only

 

Must be unconditionally admitted to Grad. Studies/COE

Teaching Field: 24 (At least 1/3 of the program shall be in teaching field courses)

 

SED 622

 

Autism Spectrum

 

3

 

?

 

 

 

Fall only

Must be unconditionally admitted to Grad. Studies/COE

 

SED 640

Lang. Interv. For

Students w/ Disabilities

 

3

 

?

 


Sping only

Must be unconditionally admitted to Grad. Studies/COE

 

SED 660

 

Seminar in ECE

 

3

 

10

 

 

Fall only

Must be unconditionally admitted to Grad. Studies/COE

 

SED 662

Bhrv/EDU Interv

For MR/DD

 

3

 

?

 

 

Fall only

Must be unconditionally admitted to Grad. Studies/COE

IN ADDITION TO THE FOUR CLASSES SPECIFIED IN THE TEACHING FIELD TWELVE (12) HOURS OF ADVISIOR APPROVED GRADUATE ELECTIVES APPROPRIATE TO COLLABRORATIVE EDUCATION MUST BE TAKEN.

 

***

 

 

 

3

 

 

 

MUST BE AN ADVISIOR APVD. GRAD. ELECTIVE APPROPRIATE TO COLLAB. EDUCATION

 

***

 

 

3

 

 

 

 

 

***

 

 

3

 

 

 

 

 

***

 

 

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

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