Master of Education in Special Education
Concentration in Assistive Technology
The following courses are required for graduation with a ME SpEd degree at University of Louisville.
|Inquiry (9 hours)|
|EDSP 644* Applied Behavior Analysis||3 hours|
|EDSP 639 Research Analysis in Special Education||3 hours|
|EDSP 669 Single Subject Research Methods and Designs||3 hours|
|Advocacy (6 hours)|
|EDSP 597 Seminar in Special Education: Issues in Special Education||3 hours|
|EDSP 688 Assistive Technologies Seminar||3 hours|
|Action (3 hours)|
|EDSP 635 Moderate and Severe Disabilities Practicum||3 hours|
|Area of Emphasis (18 hours)|
|EDSP 663 Low Tech Assistive Technologies
|EDSP 664 Assistive Technology: Computer Access and Switches and Toys
|EDSP 661 Assistive Technology: Assessment Data Collection and Decision-Making
|EDSP 665 Assistive Technology: Multimedia and the Classroom Integration
|EDSP 632 Assistive Technology: Implementation into the General Education Curriculum
|Choose one of the following courses:
EDSP 618 Instructional Technology for Students with Special Needs
EDSP 646 Augmentative Communication
EDSP 672 Autism: Collaboration and Technology
Total Minimum Hours
An entry, midpoint and exit assessment are also required for graduation.
*course is required for certification
- Minimum of 18 hours in 600-level courses is required.
- Transfer credit must be officially accepted by the adviser (maximum of 6 hours) – final acceptance is dependent upon receipt of official transcripts.
- A maximum of 6 hours taken in non-degree status can be applied toward a master’s degree ( upon approval of adviser).
- All courses must be completed within 6 years of admission to the program.
- To complete the program students must have minimum of a 3.0 cumulative grade point average. No credit shall be accepted for carrying a grade lower than “C”.