You aspire to teach students with moderate/severe disabilities in a K-12 setting.
This credential prepares you to create, develop, and implement individualized adaptations and accommodations to facilitate access to learning of the core curriculum in a variety of environments. Coursework focuses on state and federal regulations; Individual Education Plans (IEP); specialized curricula; learning, behavior, and transition strategies; as well as the use of current and assistive technologies. Candidates in this program develop skills needed to work as collaborators in educational settings.
You can earn your Preliminary Education Specialist Teaching Credential (Moderate/Severe) alone or as part of the Master of Arts in Teaching program.