The special education/inclusion minor is administered by the School of Education. It will lead to Wisconsin licensure in Adaptive Education (859) for the EC-MC major, which means the holder of a regular education license will also be licensed to address Children with Disabilities in the general education classroom. Teacher candidates that complete the MC-EA major along with this minor will be eligible for a Cross Categorical (801) with concentrations in Emotional and Behavioral Disabilities (830), and Specific Learning Disabilities (811).
|TEACHING 4030||Management for Children with Disabilities (CWD)||3|
|TEACHING 4120||Pre-Student Teaching and Seminar in an Inclusionary Environment||2|
|TEACHING 4150||Assessing Children with Disabilities (CWD)||3|
|TEACHING 4200||Transitions for Children with Disabilities (CWD)||3|
|TEACHING 4420||Oral Language and Emergent Literacy||2|
|TEACHING 4630||Learning and Language Disorders||3|
|TEACHING 4730||Working with Families||2|
|TEACHING 4830||Strategies for Effective Inclusion||3|
|Directed Elective 1||3-4|
The directed elective is chosen from a list of approved courses that deal with topics related to exceptional needs education identified by teacher education and other departments and programs such as psychology, sociology, ethnic studies, women’s and gender studies, and health and human performance.
G.P.A. of 3.00 or better and grade of “C-” or better