Endorsement | Special Education
The Special Education Endorsement Program on the Eugene and Forest Grove campuses allows individuals who hold a current teaching license to add a Special Education Endorsement with Early Childhood/Elementary (ECE/Elem) and/or Middle School/High School (MS/HS) authorizations.
The program entails 12 months of coursework and practicum experiences. Candidates also may work toward a master of arts in teaching or master of education degree concurrently.
Candidates must pass the NES Special Education test for licensure, as well as the ORELA Multiple Subjects Exam to be considered highly qualified (often completed as part of an Initial License).
Diana Watkins | Associate Director of Graduate & Professional Admissions | Forest Grove
503-352-1435 or 877-722-8648 ext. 1435 | email@example.com
Annette Willsey | Assistant Director of Graduate & Professional Admissions | Eugene
541-485-6812 | firstname.lastname@example.org
|Section||Special Education Endorsement Requirements||Credits Hrs|
|SPED-500||Foundations of Special Education||2|
|SPED-530||Integrated Curriculum and Methods for Students with Disabilities: Academic||3|
|SPED-535||Integrated Curriculum and Methods for Students with Disabilities: Functional||3|
|SPED-510||Behavior Management for Special Educators||3|
|SPED-516||Classroom Management for Special Educators||1|
|SPED-518||Collaboration in Schools||1|
|SPED-520||Assessment and Evaluation in Special Education||3|
|SPED-540||Technology in Special Education||2|
|SPED-575||Practicum / Student Teaching||3|
|SPED-536||Transition - MS/HS only||1|
|Additional Requirements for Master's Degree|
|EDUC-660||Advanced Teaching & Learning||2|
|EDUC-661||Teachers as Consumers of Research||2|
|Electives (See University Catalog)||2|