The Intervention Specialist Licensure program consists of 16 to 20 credit hours (20 hours for both the Mild-to-Moderate and Moderate-to-Intensive Licenses, or 16 hours for one license).
Program of study includes the following courses with one or two methods courses (depending upon licensure mild to moderate and/or moderate to intensive) and Practicum I and II.
Please note: In order to receive an IS License, you must complete the Ohio Assessment for Educators (OAE) and Reading Foundations Test.
|Courses ||Credits |
|EDU 505 Technology & Learning |
|EDU 512 Applied Behavior Analysis & Transition for Intervention Specialists K-12 ||3 |
|EDU 514 Assessment for Intervention Specialists K-12 ||3 |
|EDU 539 Continuous Improvement: Understanding Change & School Community ||3 |
|EDU 640 Methods of Teaching Students with Mild to Moderate Special Needs K-12 ||3 |
|EDU 641 Methods of Teaching Students with Moderate to Intensive Special Needs K-12 ||3 |
|EDU 642 Practicum I ||1 |
|EDU 643 Practicum II ||1 |
|Total ||20 |