Special Education Concentration

Minor in Special Education Concentration


The Special Education Concentration is available to Lynch School of Education and Human Development students only.  This includes students majoring in Elementary Education, Secondary Education, and Applied Psychology and Human Development who have an interest in special needs education.  The concentration consists of four courses that include one Teacher Education core required course (EDUC 1044); two special education courses [EDUC 2208 and either EDUC 6373 (for teacher education majors) or EDUC 6374 (for APHD majors)]; and elective options for the fourth course.  Selection of the fourth course should be made in consultation with the student’s advisor, with consideration for the student’s major interests.