College of Education
Special Education – Mild Intervention
Licensure | Minor
Our minor in Special Education—Mild Intervention requires 18 credit hours and is designed for students interested in creating environments inclusive for learners of all abilities. Students learn how to assess and design programs for students receiving special education in courses and extensive field experiences. This minor is required for the Early Childhood licensure pathway, and both the minor and licensure pathway are available to students majoring in Elementary Education or Middle/Secondary Education. The minor is also available to Communication Sciences and Disorders students.
Sample courses in this program include:
- ED242, Foundations of Special Education
- ED454, Assistive Technology
- ED485, Advocacy and Leadership in Special Education
- ED491, Behavior Management for Inclusive Classrooms
- ED492, Special Education Law
Please visit the Butler University Bulletin for more course information.
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