Learning and Technology, M.A.Ed., and Mild/Moderate Disabilities Education Specialist Credential
Learn how to make a difference in special needs classrooms. Expert faculty instruct and guide from a distinctly Christian perspective, leading to a compassionate, caring, and ethical approach to teaching. Candidates build the knowledge, skills, and dispositions necessary to help all students learn through engaging, technology-driven experiences.
Learning and Technology, M.A.Ed., and Moderate/Severe Disabilities Education Specialist Credential
This program empowers candidates to effectively integrate technology into the special needs classroom. Coursework delves into instructional strategy, behavioral support, intervention, and assessment for students with moderate/severe disabilities, as well as core classes in educational technology and learning.
Liberal Studies Major
The Liberal Studies major provides future teacher candidates planning to be elementary school teachers with a broad knowledge base, making it possible to teach subjects up to a basic ninth-grade level.
This program offers the following areas of study: Adaptive Physical Education, Art, English, Math, Music, Physical Education, Psychology, Science I (Life or Biological Science), Science II (Physics or Physical Science), Social Science, Spanish, and Special Education.
Mild/Moderate Disabilities Education Specialist Credential
This special education credential program prepares educators to skillfully and compassionately guide mild to moderately disabled students.
Moderate/Severe Disabilities Education Specialist Credential
This special education credential program prepares educators to skillfully and compassionately guide moderately to severely disabled students.
School Psychology, Ed.S., with embedded Educational Psychology, M.A.Ed., and School Psychology Credential
Prepares school psychologists to evaluate and treat students of all cultures, socioeconomic levels, and learning abilities. In addition to the Ed.S. degree, requirements for the master’s degree and the Pupil Personnel Services Credential are embedded within the program. Additional degree pathways are available to add an ABA or EHRMS specialization.
This program offers the following areas of study: Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and Clinical and Educationally Related Mental Health Counseling.
Special Education, M.A.Ed., and Mild/Moderate Disabilities Education Specialist Credential
This program prepares educators to effectively teach students with special learning needs, including specific learning or language disabilities, autism spectrum disorders, emotional difficulties, and behavioral disorders. Course content enables candidates to take what they learn and immediately apply it in the teaching environment.
Special Education, M.A.Ed., and Moderate/Severe Disabilities Education Specialist Credential
Develop advanced skills to serve students with special needs. The program provides an essential foundation of special education theory, methods, and practical teaching experience. Candidates explore relevant issues, including behavior support, inclusion strategies, and modified classroom instruction.
Note: This information is current for the 2019-20 academic year; however, all stated academic information is subject to change. Please refer to the current Academic Catalog for more information.