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Endorsement in Teaching Children with Severe and Profound Disabilities

A state-approved concentration leading to an endorsement in teaching children with severe and profound disabilities.

Program Description

This four hour sequence of courses focuses on the changing population of children with disabilities and provides teachers with the skills necessary to meet the needs of those with the most severe and profound disability.

For non-degree seeking students:

1. Completion of an application form.

2. Official transcript.

Severe and Profound Disabilities: Required Courses

  • ESE 547 - Developmental Assessment of Students with Severe and Profound Disabilities (3)
  • ESE 502 - Instructional Strategies for Teaching Students with Severe and Profound Disabilities (3)
  • ESE 555 - Practicum in Working with Students with Severe and Profound Disabilities (3)
  • ESE 550 - Collaboration for Low Incidence Populations (3)
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