Special Education, Cross Endorsement

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Program Requirements - 30 Credits

Rolling admission

Pre-Requisite - CT teaching certification in another discipline

For more information, please make an appointment with the graduate coordinator by calling 203-392-5925.

Requirements

SED 225 - Introduction to Exceptional Individuals - 3 credits
or
SED 481 - Teaching Exceptional Students: Elementary - 3 credits
or
SED 482 - Teaching Exceptional Students: Secondary - 3 credits

SED 235 - Intro to Early Childhood Special Education - 3 credits
or
SED 550 - Early Childhood and Developmental Differences - 3 credits

SED 325 - Curriculum and Methods for Exceptional Individuals - 3 credits
SED 335 - Teaching Individuals with Physical Disabilities - 3 credits
SED 365 - Basic Principles of Academic Assessment & Remediation - 3 credits
SED 375 - Classroom Management Techniques in Educational Settings - 3 credits
SED 435 - Language Arts for Exceptional Individuals: Assessment & Remediation - 3 credits

SED 445 - Regular Education Initiative/Collaboration/Consultation - 3 credits
or
SED 621 - Interpersonal and Collaborative Skills - 3 credits

And any two of the following:

SED 519 - Clinical Practices in Intellectual Disabilities - 3 credits

SED 529 - Clinical Practice with the Emotional and Behavioral Disorders - 3 credits

SED 539 - Clinical Practice in Learning Disabilities - 3 credits

Students will be required to pass all state required examinations for cross endorsement in special education

If a student is committed to DSAP, then the practicums are not required. EDU 999 will appear on the transcript.