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Graduate Bulletin 2007-09 [Archived Catalog]

Special Education Mild Intervention (M.S.Ed.)


Indiana University
Master of Science in Education (M.S.Ed.)

School of Education
Barry Kanpol, Dean
James E. Burg, Patrick Garvey, Joe D. Nichols, Graduate Program Directors
260-481-4146 ~ www.ipfw.edu/educ ~ Neff Hall 250

IPFW offers an undergraduate (25–26 credits) and a graduate (24 credits) program. Graduate students may select from either the graduate courses list or may mix in the undergraduate courses that parallel the graduate courses. All graduate courses apply toward a master’s degree in special education beginning fall 2007 (pending final approval).

Program Requirements


  • EDUC K525 - Survey of Mild Handicaps (P: K505) Credits: 3
  • EDUC K553 - Classroom Management and Behavior Support Credits: 3
  • EDUC E535 - Assessment and Remediation of the Mildly Handicapped I Credits: 3
    (P: K525)
  • EDUC M501 - Field Experience: Service Learning for Diversity Credits: 0
  • EDUC E536 - Assessment and Remediation of the Mildly Handicapped II Credits: 3
    (P: K525)
  • EDUC M501 - Field Experience: Service Learning for Diversity Credits: 0
  • EDUC K565 - Collaboration and Service Delivery Credits; 0
    (P: K525)
  • EDUC K595 - Practicum in Special Education Credits: 3
    (Practicum will be in lementary or secondary grades per current license) (Take as final course).

Notes


(Rules 2002 licensed teachers will receive a certification in the same developmental level(s) as their current license. This certification will cover LD, MIMH, Moderate Disabilities, and EH.)

(Rules 46/47 and Bulletin 400 licensed teachers will receive a K–12 certification in Mild Disabilities upon completion of this program. This certification will cover LD and MIMH.)