Learning Disabilities, Minor - Teaching - MC-EA

Middle Childhood/Early Adolescence (Code 950-470)

This program is designed for the student who wants teacher licensure in Specific Learning Disabilities: Middle Childhood through Early Adolescence.

Thirty semester credits required for Licensure
CSD 311Language Development and Disorders: Related Disciplines3
SPED 200Introduction to Diverse Learners3
SPED 205School and Community Experience in Special Education3
SPED 306Behavior Management3
SPED 330Introduction to Specific Learning Disabilities3
SPED 331Special Education Procedures and General Methods2
SPED 335Assessment and Intervention for Students with Mild Disabilities3
or SPED 404 Pre-Student Teaching Experience with Individuals with Mild Disabilities
SPED 401Assessment of Students with Disabilities3
SPED 402Collaboration and Consultation2
SPED 431Reading/Writing Remediation, Assessment, and Diagnosis for Students with Mild Disabilities3
SPED 436Mathematics Methods for Students with Mild Disabilities2
Total Credits30

 In addition, one of the two quarters of student teaching must be in Special Education.

SPED 400 is not required of students completing this minor. This minor is restricted to students in the College of Education and Human Sciences: Education Studies, Option A and leads to licensure in Learning Disabilities: Middle Childhood through Early Adolescence. Students who have graduated from UW-Eau Claire in the MC-EA program within the past two years are also eligible to complete this minor.