Teacher Education

Dana Kennamer Hood, Chair
ACU Box 29008
Abilene, Texas 79699-9008
Education Building, Room 101

Phone: 325-674-2112
Fax: 325-674-2123
Email: hoodd@acu.edu
Web: www.acu.edu/education

Faculty
Mitzi Adams, Instructor
Dennis Cavitt, Instructor
Sheila Delony, Assistant Professor
Julie Douthit, Instructor 
Dana L. Hood, Associate Professor
Sam Stewart, Assistant Professor
Stephanie Talley, Instructor

 Majors:

The Department of Teacher Education offers the Bachelor of Science degree with majors in interdisciplinary studies. Degrees are available leading to certification at four levels: Age 3 through Grade 6, Grades 4 through 8, Grades 8 through 12, and All Level. Supplements that may be added to a teaching field include English as a Second Language (ESL) and Special Education.  

Introduction
The goal of the Department of Teacher Education is to prepare educators who will have the professional knowledge and skills to work in a wide range of roles in elementary and secondary schools both public and private. Approximately 400 students each year prepare for certification in some aspect of professional education. A capable faculty provides a rich background of practical experience and academic preparation.

The teacher education program is accredited by the Texas State Board for Educator Certification. Abilene Christian University is a member of the Texas Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, the Teacher Education Accreditation Council,  and the Association of Independent Liberal Arts Colleges for Teacher Education.

Criteria for Admission to Teacher Education  
In accordance with Texas state law, the ACU Teacher Education Program has established the following criteria for admission to Teacher Education. Before taking more than 6 hours of EDUC classes a student must be admitted to the Teacher Education Program. To be admitted to the Teacher Education Program, a student must:

  1. Complete and submit an application for admission into the Teacher Education Program;
  2. Be enrolled in or have completed the first 45 semester hours of credit; 
  3. Successfully complete with a C or better 12 hours in the candidate's chosen content field;
  4. Have a minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.75 (2.75 or higher in the content field); 
  5. Complete 6 hours of University Requirements English with no grade lower than a - C (In order to maintain admission status the candidate must earn a C or better in all university required English courses.);
  6. Pass all three sections of the Texas Higher Education Assessment (THEA) test, with a score on the reading section of 260 or higher, a score on the math section of 230 or higher and a score on the writing section of 240 or higher. Students may retake the THEA once if the required level is not earned in the first administration. Acceptance of scores from a third administration of the THEA are subject to review by the Teacher Education Admissions Committee;
  7. Successfully complete (C or better) EDUC 211- Educational Foundations and Multicultural Perspectives;
  8. Successfully complete the ACU Teacher Education formal writing sample administered in EDUC 211;
  9. Successfully complete the first submission of the Teacher Education E-Portfolio as described in the ACU Teacher Education Student Handbook;
  10. A declared major that includes certification:
  11. Receive approval from the Teacher Education Admissions and Review Committee. An interview with the committee may be required.

English Language Proficiency Requirement for International Students: International students with primary languages other than English must demonstrate English language proficiency by the following: Obtain an official TOEFL score of at least 600 (computer-based score of 250, iB T of 100). Any Exemptions of modification to the above requirements due to special circumstances must be requested through the chair of the Department of Teacher Education. All requests will be reviewed and must be approved by the Teacher Education Admissions and Review Committee. In addition, admission to teacher education is not the final step in the process. In order to remain in the program the prospective teacher must continue to meet the GPA requirement (2.75). Approval to take Education Block classes (411/412 and 431/432) and to enroll in student teaching must be obtained from the Teacher Education Admissions and Review Committee before enrolling in those classes. 

Additional requirements for maintaining program admission status:  

  1. In order to remain in the Teacher Education Program, an overall GPA of 2.75, 2.75 GPA in the content field, and continued approval of the Teacher Education Admissions Committee must be maintained.
  2. A grade of C or better is required for all majors courses.
  3. Junior and senior transfer students must take the THEA and be admitted to the Teacher Education Program during their first semester at Abilene Christian University to continue in professional education course work. Arrangements to take the THEA should be made as quickly as possible by contacting the Office of Career and Academic Development.

Note:
A candidate who does not have an overall GPA of 2.75 or higher may be conditionally admitted to the program if all other admissions criteria are met and if all of the following are true:

  1. An overall GPA of 2.75 or higher in the last 60 hours
  2. A GPA of 2.75 in the teaching content field
  3. No university disciplinary actions filed – academic or otherwise
  4. A formal letter of request submitted to the admissions committee describing the candidate’s academic history and articulating motivations for wanting to enter the teaching profession
  5. An interview with the Teacher Education Admissions Committee.

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Teacher Certification  
Students who complete the Teacher Education Program and who wish to obtain Texas teacher certification must pass the appropriate exams in professional education and in the appropriate teaching fields as required by the Texas State Board for Educator Certification (SBEC). Approval to take the certification exams must be obtained from the Department of Teacher Education and/or appropriate subject area departments. Additional information is available from the certification officer in the Department of Teacher Education. Those who do not take the certification exams within a year after completing course work may be subject to additional requirements.

All students who plan to complete the Teacher Education Program at ACU are advised that the State Board for Educator Certification (SBEC) at times revises its certification rules, regulations and procedures. Since ACU’s Teacher Education Program is accredited by the SBEC, some changes in the requirements and procedures contained in this catalog may be necessary. Students seeking certification will be expected to meet the requirements in program admission, programs, certification and degree plans that are in effect at the time they graduate even if they are different from those in this catalog. Students are encouraged to contact the Department of Curriculum and Instruction on a regular basis and to maintain close communication with their degree plan specialist to learn of changes as they occur. Degree plan specialists will make every effort to substitute courses for students as requirements change while continuing to prepare students for successful completion of the certification exams.

Except with prior approval of the chair of the Department of Teacher Education, individuals who complete their degree program at ACU must take all required professional education courses in residence. Approval of an exception must be obtained by completing a Transfer Course Application.

Study Abroad Expectations
All students are encouraged to participate in ACU’s Study Abroad program. Classes offered at Study Abroad sites vary depending on the site. Academic advisors can assist students in planning ahead for their Study Abroad experience and should be consulted regarding this during the freshman year.

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EARLY CHILDHOOD/ELEMENTARY CERTIFICATION (BS) 

BS: EARLY CHILDHOOD/ELEMENTARY DEGREE PLAN (IDSC)  
UNIVERSITY REQUIREMENTS  

Please see the University Requirements section of this catalog.

 
INTERDISCIPLINARY MAJOR  

Interdisciplinary Course Requirements  

CHEM 203 General Science for Elementary Teachers  

EACH 363 Early Language and Literacy  

EACH 451 Guidance in Early Childhood  

EACH 466 Education of Young Children  

EDUC 250 Literature for Children  

MATH 237 Fundamentals of Number and Arithmetic  

MATH 238 Concepts of Mathematics  

READ 363 Foundations of Reading  

READ 460 Reading Assessment and Instruction  

READ 464 Reading-Writing Connection  

READ 480 Problems in Reading  

SPED 371 Teaching Students with Special Needs

        (writing-intensive course)  

Professional Education Requirements

EDUC 211 Educational Foundations and Multicultural Perspectives  

EDUC 323 Integrated Math & Science: PreK-2  

EDUC 331 Teaching Social Studies in Pre K - Grade 8 

EDUC 411 Elementary Curriculum, Materials and Media  

EDUC 431 Elementary Management and Methods  

EDUC 470 Teaching Mathematics in Elementary Grades 3-6  

EDUC 476 Effective Teaching Strategies for English

        Language Learners  

EDUC 490 Student Teaching 

Must make application and be approved to take EDUC 490.

GPA of 2.75 required to remain in Teacher Education Program.

Other Required Courses

    Exercise Science     

           EXSC 222 

    Fine Arts

          ART 487 Art for Elementary Teachers  

         MUSE 332 Elementary Music Techniques and Literature  

    Science

          BIOL 101 Biology - Human Perspective or

              BIOL 203 Basic Biology for Teachers  

        Choose three hours from: AENV 130, GEOL 111, PHYS 102 

Social Sciences/Humanities

         Choose 6 hours from: (two different areas)

                HIST 117, 118, 221, 222, INTS 211, 217, GEOG 235, 354,

                POLS 225, 226 

TOTAL 

1Hours (in parenthesis) may also fulfill university requirements 
and are not included in total major hours

 

4

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

 

3

 

3

3

3

3

3

3

 

3

6

 

 

 

 

(1)¹

 

3

3

 

 

(3)¹

(3)¹

 

 (6)1

 

 

67

 
 

ELECTIVES  

Minimum

6

TOTAL MAJOR HOURS 

76

OTHER GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS  

Minimum GPA for graduation  

Minimum advanced hours  

Minimum total hours  

Courses numbered 0** do not count in
minimum hours required for degree.

2.75

33

129


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 GRADES 4 THROUGH 8 CERTIFICATION (BS)  

The middle school certificate prepares one to teach one of the four subjects in grades 4 through 8: English language arts, mathematics, science, or social studies. The middle school mathematics degree plan can be found in the Mathematics Department section of this catalog.   
 

BS: MIDDLE SCHOOL - LANGUAGE ARTS (GRADE 4-8) DEGREE PLAN (IDSM) (ENGL)  
UNIVERSITY REQUIREMENTS  

Please see the University Requirements section of this catalog.

 
INTERDISCIPLINARY MAJOR  

Language Arts Teaching Field   

  ENGL 221 Major British Writers I  

  ENGL 222 Major British Writers II

  ENGL 231 World Literature I  

  ENGL 262 American Literature Before 1900 or

       ENGL 263 American Literature After 1900  

  ENGL 325 Advanced Composition  

  ENGL 330 Advanced English Grammar  

  ENGL 351 Literature for Young Adults  

  ENGL 432 Introduction to Linguistics  

  ENGL 459 English for Secondary Teachers  

  READ 363 Foundations of Reading  

  READ 460 Reading Assessment and Instruction  

  READ 464 Reading-Writing Connection  

  READ 480 Problems in Reading  

Professional Education Requirements

  EDUC 211 Educational Foundations and Multicultural Perspectives  

  EDUC 221 Educational Psychology 

  EDUC 250 Literature for Children 

  EDUC 335 Teaching in the Middle School  

  EDUC 412 Secondary Curriculum and Media  

  EDUC 432 Secondary Management and Methods  

  EDUC 490 Student Teaching  

Must make application and be approved to take EDUC 490.

GPA of 2.75 required to remain in Teacher Education Program.

Other Required Courses

 EDUC 476 Effective Teaching Strategies for English Language Learners  

 SPED 371 Teaching Students with Special Needs writing-intensive course)  

TOTAL 

1Hours (in parenthesis) may also fulfill university requirements
and are not included in total major hours

 

(3)¹

3

3

 

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

 

3

(3)¹

3

3

3

3

6

 

 

  

3

63

 

ELECTIVES  

Minimum  

9

TOTAL MAJOR HOURS 

72

OTHER GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS  

Minimum GPA for graduation  

Minimum advanced hours  

Minimum total hours  

Courses numbered 0** do not count in
minimum hours required for degree.

2.75

33

128



 

 

BS: MIDDLE SCHOOL – SCIENCE (GRADES 4-8) DEGREE PLAN (IDSM) (SCIT)   
   UNIVERSITY REQUIREMENTS  

Please see the University Requirements section of this catalog.

 
INTERDISCIPLINARY MAJOR  

Science Teaching Field

  BIOL 112/114 General Biology I Lecture/Lab  

  BIOL 113/115 General Biology II Lecture/Lab  

  BIOL 221/223 Animal Biology Lecture/Lab or

  BIOL 222/224 Plant Biology Lecture/Lab  

  BIOL 312 Cell Biology  

  BIOL 362/364 Ecology Lecture/Lab  

  BIOL 497 Seminar in Biology 

  CHEM 131/133 General Chemistry I Lecture/Lab  

  CHEM 132/134 General Chemistry II Lecture/Lab  

  CHEM 203 General Science for Elementary Teachers  

  PHYS 101 Astronomy  

  PHYS 110/111 General Physics I Lecture/Lab 

  PHYS 112/113 General Physics II Lecture/Lab  

Professional Education Requirements

  EDUC 211 Educational Foundations and Multicultural Perspectives  

  EDUC 221 Educational Psychology  

  EDUC 335 Teaching in the Middle School  

  EDUC 412 Secondary Curriculum and Media  

  EDUC 432 Secondary Management and Methods  

  EDUC 490 Student Teaching  

Must make application and be approved to take EDUC 490.

GPA of 2.75 required to remain in Teacher Education Program.

Other Required Courses

  READ 322 Reading in Secondary Content Areas  

  SPED 371 Teaching Students with Special Needs

        (writing-intensive course)  

    Mathematics

       MATH 124, or 185 

    Science

     GEOL 111 Introduction to Geology  

    Social Sciences/Humanities

     PHYS 378 History and Philosophy of Science or

          PHYS 379 Philosophy, Religion and Science  

TOTAL 

1Hours (in parenthesis) may also fulfill university requirements
and are not included in total major hours

 

4

4

 

4

3

4

3

4

4

4

(3)¹

4

4

  

3

(3)¹

3

3

3

6

 

 

 

3

 

3

 

(3)¹

 

(3)¹

 

 

(3)¹

66

 

ELECTIVES  

Minimum  

6

TOTAL MAJOR HOURS 

72

OTHER GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS  

Minimum GPA for graduation  

Minimum advanced hours  

Minimum total hours  

Courses numbered 0** do not count in
minimum hours required for degree.

2.75

33

128


 

 

BS: MIDDLE SCHOOL – SOCIAL STUDIES (GRADES 4-8) DEGREE PLAN (IDSM) (SSTT)  
   UNIVERSITY REQUIREMENTS  

Please see the University Requirements section of this catalog.

 
INTERDISCIPLINARY MAJOR  

Social Studies Teaching Field

  ECON 260 Principles of Macroeconomics  

  EDUC 331 Teaching Social Studies in Pre K - Grade 8 

  GEOG 235 World Geography  

  GEOG 354 Historical and Cultural Geography  

  HIST 117 Civilization I  

  HIST 118 Civilization II  

  HIST 221 American History I  

  HIST 222 American History II  

  HIST 480 Texas History  

  HIST 496 History for Teachers  

   Advanced HIST elective (300-400) 

  POLS 225 National Government  

  POLS 226 States and Federal System  

   Choose 3 hours from: 

       INTS 212 Introduction to Great Britain or

       INTS 217 South America Southern Cone: History & Culture or

       ECON 438 International Poverty and Development or

       POLS 300-400

Professional Education Requirements

  EDUC 211 Educational Foundations an Multicultural Perspectives  

  EDUC 221 Educational Psychology  

  EDUC 335 Teaching in the Middle School  

  EDUC 412 Secondary Curriculum and Media  

  EDUC 432 Secondary Management and Methods  

 EDUC 490 Student Teaching 

Must make application and be approved to take EDUC 490.

GPA of 2.75 required to remain in Teacher Education Program.

Other Required Courses

  READ 322 Reading in Secondary Content Areas  

  SPED 371 Teaching Students with Special Needs

        (writing-intensive course)  

  Social Sciences/Humanities  

       SOCI 111 Introduction to Sociology  

TOTAL 

1Hours (in parenthesis) may also fulfill university requirements
and are not included in total major hours

 

(3)¹

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

 

 

 

 

 

3

3

3

3

3

6

 

 

 

3

 

3

 

(3)¹

66

ELECTIVES  

Minimum  

6

TOTAL MAJOR HOURS 

72

OTHER GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS  

Minimum GPA for graduation  

Minimum advanced hours  

Minimum total hours  

Courses numbered 0** do not count in
minimum hours required for degree.

2.75

33

128

 

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HIGH SCHOOL GRADES 8 THROUGH 12 CERTIFICATION (BS) 

Some of the teaching fields for Grades 8 through 12 and All-Level certifications are at times revised by the State Board for Educator Certification (SBEC). As a result of those revisions, the degree requirements for some of the teaching fields may at times change in response to state level changes. Teacher education students must meet the requirements for their teaching field that are in effect at the time they graduate, even if those requirements differ from those on the degree plans that follow. For the most current information regarding requirements for Grades 8 through 12 and All-Level teaching fields contact the Department of Teacher Education.

ONE-FIELD TEACHING CERTIFICATION

 Department of Teacher Education:

· English/Language Arts (IDSH) (ELA)

Other Departments:

· Biology: Life Sciences (BIOT)

· Chemistry and Biochemistry: Chemistry (CHMT) 
  and Physical Science (CPST)

· English: English (ENGT)

· History: History (HSTT) and Social Studies for Teachers (HSST)

· Mathematics: Mathematics (MATT)

· Physics/Mathematics (PHMT) 

· Journalism and Technology Applications (JMCT) 

Information on degree requirements for these teaching fields can be found in the appropriate catalog section for those departments.

 

BS: HIGH SCHOOL – ONE FIELD (GRADES 8-12) CONCENTRATION IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS DEGREE PLAN (IDSH) (ELA)  
   UNIVERSITY REQUIREMENTS  

Please see the University Requirements section of this catalog.

 
MAJOR REQUIREMENTS  

English Teaching Field   

   ENGL 221 Major British Writers I   

   ENGL 222 Major British Writers II  

   ENGL 311 Literary Theory and Criticism  

   ENGL 325 Advanced Composition (writing-intensive course)  

   ENGL 330 Advanced English Grammar  

   ENGL 351 Young Adult Literature  

   ENGL 432 Introduction to Linguistics  

   ENGL 459 English for Secondary Teachers  

   ENGL 483 Shakespeare  

   Choose from: ENGL 495, 496, 497  

   Choose from: ENGL 362, 363, 464 

   Choose from: ENGL 376, 377, 378, 470, 471499 

Other Required Courses

  EDUC 476 Effective Teaching Strategies for English Language Learners  

  READ 322 Reading in Secondary Content Areas  

  READ 363 Foundations of Reading  

  READ 480 Problems in Reading or READ 460 Reading

         Assessment and Instruction or SPED 477 Teaching Students

         with High Incident Disabilities 

  SPED 371 Teaching Students with Special Needs

        (writing-intensive course)  

Professional Education Requirements 

  EDUC 211 Educational Foundations and Multicultural Perspectives 

  EDUC 221 Educational Psychology  

  EDUC 412 Secondary Curriculum and Media  

  EDUC 432 Secondary Management and Methods  

  EDUC 490 Student Teaching  

Must make application and be approved to take EDUC 490.

GPA of 2.75 required to remain in Teacher Education Program.

TOTAL 

1Hours (in parenthesis) may also fulfill university requirements 
and are not included in total major hours

 

(3)¹

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

6

3

 

3

3

3

 

 

3

 

3

  

3

(3)¹

3

3

6

 

 

66

 
 

ELECTIVES

 

Minimum

6

TOTAL MAJOR HOURS 

72

OTHER GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS  

Minimum GPA for graduation  

Minimum advanced hours  

Minimum total hours  

Courses numbered 0** do not count in
minimum hours required for degree.

2.75

33

128


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All-Level (EC through 12) Certification 

All-Level teacher certification is offered in the following areas:

·   Art (ARTT)

·   Exercise and Sport Science (EXSS)

·   Music (MTIA, MTPA or MTVA)

·   Theatre (THED)

·   Foreign Languages: Spanish (SPNT)

·   Special Education (IDSP)

For requirements in All-Level teaching certification degrees, see the catalog section of the appropriate department.

  

BS:  ALL-LEVEL SPECIAL EDUCATION  (EC-12) (IDSP)     
   UNIVERSITY REQUIREMENTS  

Please see the University Requirements section of this catalog.

 
MAJOR REQUIREMENTS  

Interdisciplinary Course Requirements 

  EDUC 250 Literature for Children  

  MATH 237 Fundamentals of Number and Arithmetic  

  MATH 238 Concepts of Mathematics  

  MATH 247 Number Concepts of Middle School Mathematics  

  READ 322 Reading in Secondary Content Areas  

  READ 363 Foundations of Reading 

  READ 460 Reading Assessment and Instruction  

  READ 464 Reading-Writing Connection  

  READ 480 Problems in Reading  

  SPED 371 Teaching Students with Special Needs (writing-intensive course)  

  SPED 374 Emotional and Behavioral Disorders in Children  

  SPED 477 Teaching Students with High Incident Disabilities  

  SPED 481 Teaching Students with Low Incident Disabilities  

  SPED 485 Assessment and Behavior in Special Education  

  SPED 488 Programs and Services in Special Education or

        EACH 363 Early Language and Literacy or 

        EDUC 476 Effective Teaching Strategies for English Language Learners  

Professional Education Requirements   

  EDUC 211 Educational Foundations and Multicultural Perspectives  

  EDUC 221 Educational Psychology  

  EDUC 331 Teaching Social Studies in Pre K - Grade 8 

  EDUC 411 Elementary Curriculum, Materials and Media  

  EDUC 431 Elementary Management and Methods  

  EDUC 470 Teaching Mathematics in Elementary Grades 3-6  

  EDUC 490 Student Teaching  

Must make application and be approved to take EDUC 490.

GPA of 2.75 required to remain in Teacher Education Program.

TOTAL 

1Hours (in parenthesis) may also fulfill university requirements
and are not included in total major hours

 

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

 

 

3

 

3

(3)¹

3

3

3

3

6

 

 

66

 

 

ELECTIVES  

Minimum 

6

TOTAL MAJOR HOURS

72

OTHER GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS  

Minimum GPA for graduation  

Minimum advanced hours  

Minimum total hours  

Courses numbered 0** do not count in
minimum hours required for degree.

2.75

33

128



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Supplements

English as a Second Language  

 

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE SUPPLEMENT FOR 4-8, 8-12, AND EC-12 CERTIFICATIONS

The following 12 hours are required:

 

EDUC 476 Effective Teaching Strategies for English Language Learners  

ENGL 330 Advanced English Grammar  

ENGL 432 Introduction to Linguistics  

READ 464 Reading-Writing Connection  
 

 3

3

3

3

 

Special Education  

 ADDING SUPPLEMENTAL SPECIAL EDUCATION CERTIFICATION TO AN INITIAL ELEMENTARY, ALL-LEVEL, MIDDLE SCHOOL OR HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER CERTIFICATE  

This supplement will certify an individual to teach special education at the level  and in the field of his/her certification. In addition to the requirements of the  degree plan for their initial teacher certification, students will be required to  take the following courses:

  SPED 374 Emotional and Behavioral Disorders in Children  

  SPED 477 Teaching Students with High Incident Disabilities  

  SPED 481 Teaching Students with Low Incident Disabilities  

  SPED 485 Assessment and Behavior in Special Education  

  SPED 488 Programs and Services in Special Education or

      EACH 363 Early Language and Literacy or 

      EDUC 476 Effective Teaching Strategies for English Language Learners 

Complete student teaching and courses in an approved teaching field.

TOTAL 

  
 
 
 

3

3

3

3

 

 

3

 

15

ADDING ALL-LEVEL STAND-ALONE SPECIAL EDUCATION CERTIFICATION TO ANOTHER TEACHING CERTIFICATE (ELEMENTARY, MIDDLE SCHOOL, HIGH SCHOOL, ALL-LEVEL)  

This will certify an individual to teach special education at all levels and in all content fields. In addition to the requirements of the degree plan for their  initial teacher certification, students will be required to take the following courses:

  MATH 237 Fundamentals of Number and Arithmetic  

  MATH 238 Concepts of Mathematics  

  MATH 247 Number Concepts of Middle School Mathematics  

  READ 363 Foundations of Reading  

  READ 322 Reading in Secondary Content Areas or

       READ 464 Reading Assessment and Instruction  

  READ 480 Problems in Reading  

  SPED 374 Emotional and Behavioral Disorders in Children  

  SPED 477 Teaching Students with High Incident Disabilities  

  SPED 481 Teaching Students with Low Incident Disabilities  

  SPED 485 Assessment and Behavior in Special Education  

TOTAL 

Some of these hours may be met under the degree plan for the initial teacher certification, i.e. Elementary (EC-6), Middle School (all content fields), High School (all content fields), All-Level (exercise science, art, music). Check those degree plans for more information. Students will take the Stand-Alone Special Education TExES (161) in addition to the Content and PPR TExEs for their certificate.

 
 
 

3

3

3

3

 

3

3

3

3

3

3

36

 

Course Descriptions

Please see the Course Descriptions section of this catalog. Courses offered by the Department of Teacher Education include those with the following designations: EACH, EDUC, READ, TECH, and SPED.

 

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