The Bachelor's/MAT Dual-Certification Inclusive Education Program provides students with the opportunity to receive both a bachelor's and Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) degree with teacher certification in both general education and special education. The program is designed to help teachers develop competencies needed to teach students who have disabilities along with those who do not.
In this program, students complete general education and major requirements and an initial set of coursework in education as undergraduates. As graduate students, they will complete the coursework in education and conduct their fieldwork and student teaching. For details about this program, including program description, admission requirements, and contact information, click here.
|Swing Courses Taken in Undergraduate Semesters
|Communication, Collaboration and Consultation in Inclusive Early Childhood and Elementary Contexts
|Observation and Assessment of Elementary Age Children with Disabilities
|Literacy Strategies for the Inclusive Elementary Classroom
|Conceptual Foundations of Autism Spectrum Disorders: Bio-Psych-Social Perspectives
|Issues, Policies and Trends in Inclusive Education
|Strengthening Partnerships with Families of Children with Disabilities
|Fall Semester, Clinical Practice 1
|Seminar I: Inclusive Early Childhood and Elementary Classrooms
|Clinical Practice I: Inclusive Early Childhood and Elementary
|Integrating Science and Technology in Early Childhood and Elementary Classrooms
|Inclusive Pedagogies for Students with Complex Learning and Behavioral Needs
|Spring Semester, Clinical Practice 2
|Seminar II: Inclusive Early Childhood and Elementary Classrooms
|Clinical Practice II: Inclusive Early Childhood and Elementary Classrooms
|In the term that you will sit for exam, register for the section which matches your major & advisor. Successfully pass exam.