Master of Education in Special Education
Concentration in Moderate and Severe Disabilities
Online courses are accessed via webcam in interactive, synchronous sessions (from 4:30 to 7 p.m. ET on specific weekdays).
The following courses are required for graduation with a M.Ed. in Special Education degree at University of Louisville.
|Inquiry (9 hours)|
|EDSP 639 Research Analysis in Special Education||3 hours|
|EDSP 644* Applied Behavior Analysis||3 hours|
|EDSP 669 Single Subject Research Methods and Designs||3 hours|
|Advocacy (6 hours)|
|EDSP 627 Applications of Assistive Technology||3 hours|
|EDSP 652 Academic and Behavior Response to Intervention||3 hours|
|Action (3 hours)|
|EDSP 635 Moderate and Severe Disabilities Practicum||3 hours|
|Area of Emphasis (18 hours)|
|EDSP 520 Assessment of Exceptional Learners||3 hours|
|EDSP 546* Behavior Analytic Approach to Communication||3 hours|
|EDSP 570 Autism: Introduction and Understanding||3 hours|
|EDSP 594* Foundational Concepts in Intellectual and Physical Disabilities||3 hours|
|EDSP 609* Moderate/Severe Disabilities Curriculum and Methods I||3 hours|
|EDSP 611* Moderate/Severe Disabilities Methods II||3 hours|
|Minimum Total Hours||36 hours|
Entry, midpoint and exit assessments are also required for graduation.
*course is required for certification