Minor in Special Education

The minor in Special Education includes an introductory course (SE 250 Disability, Education, and Public Policy), courses on specific disabilities, and fieldwork with students with disabilities. The additional 6 elective credits can be selected from courses focused on families with children with disabilities, autism, assessment, classroom and behavior management, or a more general course in education.

Core Courses (18 cr)

  • SED SE 250 Disability, Education, and Public Policy (4 cr)
  • SED SE 503 Introduction to Learning Disabilities (4 cr)
  • SED SE 502 Introduction to Emotional Disturbance (4 cr)
  • SED SE 504 Introduction to Early Childhood Disabilities (2 cr)
  • SED SE 505 Introduction to Severe Disabilities (2 cr)
  • SED SE 315 Fieldwork: Students with Disabilities (2 cr)

Elective Courses (6 cr)

  • SED SE 534 Classroom and Behavior Management (2 cr)
  • SED SE 515 Assessment in Special Education (2 cr)
  • SED SE 535 Introduction to Autism (2 cr)
  • SED ED 100 Introduction to Education (6 cr)
  • SED SE 533 Families with Children with Disabilities (4 cr)