The Special Education minor is designed for those who will work with people with special needs. The Special Education minor does no lead to K-12 teacher certification. The minor is recommended for:
- teacher candidates who are not seeking special education teaching endorsement to be more prepared to work with students with special needs.
- students who are not seeking teaching licensure but plan to work with students with special needs in related professions such as school psychology and Applied Behavior Analysis therapy.
Twenty-seven credits, which must include:
- EDC-150 (2 cr)
- EDC-250 (3 cr)
- EDC-255 (4 cr)
- EDC-350 (4 cr)
- EDC-355 (4 cr)
- EDC-450 (3 cr)
- PSY-314 (4 cr).
- EDC-230 (3 cr) or PSY-331 (4 cr).
Note: PSY-120 or PSY-121 is a pre-requisite of PSY-331.