This program prepares candidates to teach students who require intensive special education interventions to achieve their educational potential. Students who require intense interventions generally have severe problems in learning, behavior, and/or mobility due to serious medical conditions. This program prepares candidates to work with students from early elementary school through high school. The program also leads to teacher licensing in mild interventions at the early elementary and elementary school developmental levels. The program includes many opportunities for field-based experiences in schools and agencies. This program requires a minimum of 126 credit hours and is located in the Department of Special Education, TC 722. The introductory course for this program is SPCED 201. For more information contact Lisa Pufpaff, TC 710, 765-285-5714; or go to the Department of Special Education website.