The Intervention Specialist - Mild to Moderate Needs Minor is only for students that are currently majoring in Education. This minor does not lead to any sort of licensure. In this minor, education students can learn what it takes to be an intervention specialist and widen their career prospects if they choose to do so.
Requirements for Intervention Specialist Mild to Moderate Needs Minor
In addition to being a current student majoring in education, students are required to take 15 semester credits including:
EDS 300 Introduction to Mild to Moderate Disabilities (3 Semester Hours)
EDS 302 Assessment for Students with Mild to Moderate Special Needs (3 Semester Hours)
EDS 310 Behavior Supports and Intervention (3 Semester Hours)
EDS 320 Collaboration and Professional Partnerships (3 Semester Hours)
In addition to three semester credits from Intervention Specialist Minor Group 1. This class cannot be a class that the student also needs within their education major.
EDC 322 Word Study for Phonics and Spelling Instruction (3 Semester Hours)
EDC 326 Assessment of Literacy Development (3 Semester Hours)
EDE 304 Child Development and Learning (3 Semester Hours)
EDA 310 The Pre-Adolescent/Adolescent Learner (3 Semester Hours)
EDA 316 Reading the Content Area
Students looking to add this minor onto their education major should talk with their faculty advisor.