This is an undergraduate licensure program in K-12 Comprehensive Disabilities. Students are seeking to earn a concentration in
comprehensive (severe/profound) disabilities. The program contains 122 hours, of which 60 are university core, 30 are in the special education major and the remaining courses are in the professional education minor. The goal of this proposed K-12 Comprehensive concentration is to prepare students to implement interventions for students with severe/profound disabilities across multiple disciplines throughout the K-12 grade spans.
Some University Programs have additional requirements and information included in the Program Handbook. Program Handbooks, which are incorporated into herein by reference, are available by selecting the following link: Special Education.