Jun 23, 2018  
2012-2013 Graduate Bulletin 
2012-2013 Graduate Bulletin [Archived Catalog]

Special Education Graduate Certification in Mild Intervention

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Indiana University

College of Education and Public Policy
James E. Burg, Interim Dean
Jane Leatherman, Graduate Program Director
260-481-5742 or 260-481-4146 ~ ipfw.edu/educ/ ~ Neff Hall 250

This 24-credit graduate certification program will allow the teacher candidate to obtain a Mild Intervention teaching license. Teacher candidates are eligible to complete the coursework if they hold a current teaching license.

Total (24 Credits)


All 24 credits in this program may be applicable toward a master’s degree in Special Education at IPFW.

Mild Intervention covers learning disabilities, mild and moderate disabilities, and emotional disabilities.

Teacher candidates will receive a Mild Intervention license in the same developmental level(s) as their current license.  Teacher candidates may complete a practicum in another developmental level to receive a license at that desired level.

Teacher candidates wishing to add Mild Intervention to their license must complete all courses above and pass the following Praxis II exam:

Special Education: Core Knowledge and Mild to Moderate Applications (0543/5543)

Intense Intervention License

The Intense Intervention Licensure Program is a 12-credit-hour graduate program offered in collaboration with IU South Bend; it allows the teacher to work with students with moderate and severe disabilities.  This is a cohort program with the course sequence starting each fall.  For more information about the Intense Intervention program you may contact the College of Education and Public Policy at 260-481-5742 or you may access the following Web site: www.ipfw.edu/prst/special/programs/intinvlicprg.shtml

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