Graduate Certificate in Special Education Cross-Categorical
This certificate prepares personnel to effectively implement evidenced-based practices for students with mild to moderate disabilities (i.e., learning disabilities, emotional/behavior disorders, intellectual disabilities). It enables educators to integrate all areas of curriculum to effectively assess and develop social competence benchmarks for students with special needs.
This program is recommended for students who hold an undergraduate degree in fields other than special education. General education teachers who want to know how to better support the SPED students in their classrooms would benefit from this certificate program.
Students complete a set 12 hour (4 courses) program of study. Courses can be taken in any order. Eligible students may or may not be concurrently enrolled in a graduate program.
|Required Courses (12 Hours)|
|SPC_ED 7300||Introduction to Special Education||3|
|SPC_ED 7310||Behavioral and Classroom Management||3|
|SPC_ED 7370||Literacy in Special Education||3|
|SPC_ED 8330||Advanced Teaching Mathematics in Special Education||3|
Online Graduate Program Director: Dr. Jena Randolph
Graduate Student Services
303 Townsend Hall
Columbia, MO 65211
Program Contacts: https://education.missouri.edu/special-education/contact/