Nov 15, 2018  
2018-2019 Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Catalog

Special Education and Rehabilitation Counseling Minor


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Professors: Elisa Maroney, Mickey Pardew
Associate professors: Chung-Fan Ni, Amanda Smith
Assistant professor: Katrina Hovey

Mission

Offers students introductory coursework that provides marketable skills for entry level positions in the community or adult services and prepares students for entry into graduate programs in special education and rehabilitation counseling.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Demonstrate an initial level of familiarity with the fields of special education and rehabilitation.
  2. Develop marketable skills for entry level positions in community and adult services for the disabled.
  3. Gain valuable preparation for graduate studies in special education and rehabilitation counseling.

Students are strongly encouraged to complete their plan of study by the end of their sophomore year or the first term of their junior year, otherwise they may not be able to complete required courses by the end of their senior year.

Note: You must meet with the SPED/RC minor adviser in the Division of Education and Leadership to complete a program plan.

Total Credits: 27


Note:


* SPED 200  and SPED 418  should be the first courses taken in the special education/rehabilitation counseling minor.

** Limited to one 1-3 credit hour practicum in either (RC) or (SPED)

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