The mild interventions program is designed to train high-quality teachers to help students who require mild interventions achieve their educational potential. Course content and field experiences focus on the areas of learning disabilities, mild developmental disorders, and mild behavior disorders.
In addition to methods and education courses, you will have opportunities for intensive field experiences in local schools and community agencies. Your course work will culminate in a multiple placement student teaching experience during your final semester in the program.
The major requires 126 credit hours for graduation and leads to a license for teaching children with mild learning disabilities in elementary through secondary school programs.