The severe interventions major prepares future teachers who wish to work with students who require intensive/severe interventions. The program includes course work in physical disabilities and other health impairments, as well as courses in mild interventions at the elementary level.
In addition to methods and education courses, you will also have many opportunities to practice your skills in intensive field experiences. The program culminates in a multiple placement student teaching
The major requires 126 credit hours for graduation and leads to a license for teaching children with moderate, severe, profound, and/or multiple disabilities in all grades. This program also leads to licensing in mild interventions
at the early and middle childhood developmental levels.