Special Education for Cognitive Impairment
Working with those who have cognitive impairments can be extremely rewarding. To do so, you can earn a special education degree through the Bachelor of Science in Education degree. You can then choose to receive provisional elementary or secondary certification with cognitive impairment endorsement, grades K-12. Students have the opportunity to excel in a program offering rigorous coursework and valuable fieldwork experiences.
B.S. in Ed., Provisional Elementary or Secondary Certification with Emotional or Cognitive Impairment Endorsement. A minimum 2.7 GPA (B-) must be earned in all teaching majors.
- SPE 126 (3): Introduction to Special Education
- *SPE 322 (6): Curriculum and Instruction for Students with Special Needs
- *SPE 323 (3): Classroom Management for Students with Special Needs
- *SPE 324 (6): Special Education Classroom-Based Assessment
- SPE 570 (3): Career Development and Transition
- SPE 550WI (3): Teaching Diverse Students in Educational Settings
- * These are courses which require a C+ or better.
Required Courses (15 hours)
- *SPE 519 (3): Students with Cognitive Impairment
- *SPE 521 (3): Teaching the Student with Cognitive Impairment
- *SPE 522 (3): Seminar in Advanced Methods for Teaching Students with Cognitive Impairment
- *SPE 458 (9): Special Education Clinical Experience: Cognitive Impairment
* These are courses which require a C+ or better.
- Total: 42 semester hours