Program Schedule

Program Course Schedule

The program admits a new cohort of six–ten students each year. Students complete a minimum of 36 semester hours, which includes five hours of electives. The program is designed to be completed in two years.

 

Classes are offered in the evenings to accommodate teachers’ work schedules during winter and fall semesters. Spring/summer classes are offered during the day and are adjusted to school calendars.

 

Total Credits: 36

 Spring/SummerFallWinter
 

Year 1

CPSE 601:
Current Issues
& Research:
Principles of
Behavior
(3)
CPSE 673:
Single-Subject
Research
Design
(3)
CPSE 614:
Behavioral
Assessment and
Intervention
(3)
CPSE 615:
Academic and
Behavioral
Problem
Solving via
MTSS
(3)
CPSE 688R:
Internship:
Special
Education
(1)
CPSE 688R:
Internship:
Special
Education
(1)
CPSE 699R:
Master's Thesis
(1)
CPSE 699R:
Master's Thesis
(1-2)
CPSE 699R:
Master's Thesis
(1-2)
Total Credits666
 

Year 2

CPSE 619:
Positive
Behavior
Support:
Managing
Challenging
Behaviors
(3)
CPSE 618:
Ethics,
Professional
Conduct, and
Legal Issues
in Special
Education (3)
5 hours of
electives
Recommended
courses:
CPSE 602:
Child
and Adolescent
Social/Emotional
Assessment and
Intervention
(3)
CPSE 629
Introduction to
Research
(3)
CPSE 690R:
Seminar in
Special Education
"Topic: Transition to
Adulthood for SwD
Seminar"
(3)
CPSE 606:
Psychoeducational
Foundations
(3)
EdLF 601:
Leadership for
Learning
Communities
(2)
EdLF 614:
Education of
Diverse
Populations
(2)
CPSE 620:
Evidence-
based
Academic
Intervention for
Rtl
(3)
CPSE 688R:
Internship:
Special
Education
(1-2)
CPSE 688R:
Internship:
Special
Education
(1-2)
 CPSE 699R:
Master's Thesis
(1-2)
CPSE 699R:
Master's Thesis
(1-2)
Total Credits:65-65-6
 

Required Courses (31 semester hours)

CPSE 601—Current Issues & Research: Principles of Behavior (3 total credits)

 

CPSE 614—Behavioral Assessment and Intervention (3 total credits)

 

CPSE 615—Academic and Behavioral Problem Solving via MTSS (3 total credits)

 

CPSE 618—Ethics, Professional Conduct, and Legal Issues in Special Education (3 total credits)

 

CPSE 619—Positive Behavior Support: Managing Challenging Behaviors (3 total credits)

 

CPSE 620—Evidence-based Academic Intervention for RtI (3 total credits)

 

CPSE 673—Single-Subject Research Design (3 total credits)

 

CPSE 688R—Internship: Special Education (4 total credits)

 

CPSE 699R—Master’s Thesis (6 total credits)

 

Recommended Elective Courses (5 total hours)

CPSE 602—Child and Adolescent Social/Emotional Assessment and Intervention (3 total credits)

 

CPSE 606—Psychoeducational Foundations (3 total credits)

 

CPSE 629—Introduction to Research (3 total credits)

 

CPSE 690R—Seminar in Special Education "Topic: Transition to Adulthood for SwD Seminar" (3 total credits)

 

EDLF 601—Leadership for Learning Communities (2 total credits)

 

EDLF 614—Education of Diverse Populations (2 total credits)

Department List Content Types: 
Counseling Psychology & Special Education (CPSE)