GENERAL CURRICULUM K-12 (LICENSURE) Track
Prepares candidates for licensure to provide educational services to individuals with special needs who are served in general education environments from kindergarten through 12th grade.
Summary of Graduation Requirements
|Total Credit Hours||39|
|EDU 605||Human Growth and Development||3|
|SPE 512||Foundations of Special Education: Legal and Ethical Aspects of Educating Exceptional Learners||3|
|EDU 501||Foundations of Education (Second Mini-Term)||3|
|UED 692||Research Methods||3|
|SPE 516||Managing Human Behaviors (Third Mini-Term) **||3|
|SPE 613||Assessment and Evaluation in Ecc **||3|
|SPE 523||Attirubutes and Medical Conditions Assoicated With Disabilities||3|
|EED 500G||Language and Developmental Reading (Third Mini-Term) **||3|
|SPE 542||Reading and Literacy Instruction for Exceptional Learners **||3|
|SPE 545||Collaboration, Inclusion, Transition and Other Curriculum Adjustments **||3|
|SPE 534||Individualized Education Program Implementation: Alternative Strategies for Teaching Students With Mild Disabilities||3|
|SPE 532||Curriculum & Instructional Procedures for Teaching Students With Mild Disabilities **||3|
|Seventh and Eight Mini-Terms|
|SPE 699||Internship in Teaching Students With Mild Disabilities||3|
Course consists of a 20-hour observation participation field experience in a school.
Students must pass the Reading for Virginia Educators (RVE) Assessment and VCLA to apply for student teaching.