Education (Special) B.S.
Students who plan to teach special education in grades K-12 in Missouri complete these major requirements.
Students interested in becoming certified to teach in other states need to follow these program requirements and be recommended for Missouri certification by the Registrar. They may then take that certification to other states. Policies vary among states.
Information on the curriculum, policies and requirements of the university’s Teacher Education Program and of its teacher certification process is available in the Teacher Education Program handbook. The handbook is posted on the Education program’s website.
Introduction to Teacher Education (EDU 105) is recommended for students in this certification.
Students entering into the Teacher Education program stating fall 2012 will be required to have a laptop that meets eMINTS requirements.
Please refer to the following websites for laptop requirements:
Course List - Total Hours: 81
|Course #||Course Title||Hours|
|EDU211||Educational Technology I||2|
|EDU258||Cross Categorical Disabilities||3|
|EDU291||Pre-Student Teaching I||1|
|EDU292||Pre-Student Teaching II||1|
|EDU317||Integrated Curriculum I||3|
|EDU318||Integrated Curriculum II||3|
|EDU341||Teaching Mathematics (Elementary)||3|
|EDU353||Teaching Remedial Mathematics||2|
|EDU392||Reading in the Content Area||3|
|EDU393||Teaching Elementary Reading||3|
|EDU415||Conferencing and Consultation||3|
|EDU420||Measurement and Evaluation||4|
|EDU441||Analysis and Correction||2|
|EDU458||Teaching Cross Categorical Disabilities||3|
|EDU493||Supervised Teaching (Special Education)||12|
|MAT231||Mathematics for Elementary Teachers||3|
|PED107||Health, Nutrition and Safety||2|
|PSY209||Child Development and Behavior||3|
|PSY316||Psychology of the Adolescent and the Middle-Level Child||3|