Secondary Certification Teaching Major Learning Disabilities
A minimum of 30 semester hours is required.
|EDC 401||Introduction to LD||3|
|EDN 401||Strategies for LD||3|
|EDN 403||Assessment of the Learner||3|
|EDN 404||Assessment Practicum||1|
|EDN 402||Socio-vocational Transitions||3|
|PDED 405||Sp Ed Legisltn and Litigation||3|
|EDC 417||Mgmt of Classroom Behavior||3|
|EDT 430||Assistive Technology||3|
|EDC 240||Psych of Child Development||3|
|EDD 413||LD Elem Directed Teaching||2|
|EDD 420||LD Sec Directed Teaching||2|
|EDN 408||LD Directed Teaching Seminar||2|
|Supplementary Requirement (not included in the 30 semester hours)|
|EDC 241||Psych: Child Devel Practicum||1|
|Total Credit Hours||32|
- A minimum GPA of 2.75 is required for a major.
- Initial certification students who elect Learning Disabilities must also select an additional content major from the following: Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Economics, English, French, History, Mathematics, Physics, Political Science, Social Studies, or Spanish.
- Minimum GPA's are required for program completion: 2.75 cumulative, 2.75 in major, 2.75 in minor, and 2.75 in Professional Studies.
- Advising Policy: The student is responsible for complying with requirements described in the Undergraduate Catalog as well as on the Four Phase Checklist. Students are expected to meet with their College of Education, Health, and Human Services advisor at least once per year and in the term prior to graduation.
- Courses taken on a PASS/FAIL basis will NOT be accepted toward program completion.
- CEHHS recommends successful program completers for State of Michigan Certification, however, it is ultimately up to the State of Michigan to issue certificates. Certain offenses on a criminal record can keep individuals from obtaining teacher certification. Please refer to The Revised School Code, Act 451 of 1976, section 380.1539b.
- Initial certification program students must have passing scores on the appropriate MTTC subject area test reported to the University of Michigan-Dearborn College of Education, Health, and Human Services by electronic delivery or direct mail from Pearson Evaluation Systems prior to student teaching.
- Certified teachers pursuing an endorsement in a post-degree program must complete all program requirements and have passing scores on the appropriate MTTC subject area test reported to the University of Michigan-Dearborn College of Education, Health, and Human Services by electronic delivery or direct mail from Pearson Evaluation Systems prior to a recommendation being made to the State of Michigan Department of Education.