Graduate Studies in Education

Summer Special Education Hybrid Licensure Program (SSEHLP)

Who can enter the program?

  • Students who have a current teaching license and need a special education K-12 mild/moderate license (non-degree seeking).
  • Program is practitioner oriented, affordable, and offered during the summer months.

Requirements:

Please mail all documentation directly to:

  • Rachel Gines
  • SUU, Graduate Studies in Education
  • 351 W. University Blvd., OM 316
  • Cedar City, UT 84720

Outline of Summer Hybrid Classes (Series A and B can be taken out of order.)

Series A (3 hours each)
Offered in odd years.
Series B (3 hours each)
Offered in even years.
Student Teaching (Fall or Spring)
SPED 6100 Programming & Management SPED 6120 Applied Behavioral Analysis

Pass SPED Praxis II Test (see ETS.org for state requirement test number) Before Student Teaching

SPED 6981 Modified Placement (current teaching license)

SPED 6145 Collaboration & Transitioning SPED 6130 Curriculum Strategies
SPED 6110 Special Education Law SPED 6170 Current Issues in Special Education
SPED 6160 Report Writing  

* Students must attend face-to-face classes at the beginning and end of the summer 10 week session.

Frequently Asked Questions:

-How do I apply for financial aid? http://suu.edu/graduatestudies

-What if I want to seek a Masters of Education at SUU, can I use these courses?
Yes, you can use 12 hours of these courses for your master degree elective requirements. Please review the requirements for a Master of Education. Contact Rachel Gines if you want to apply 435-865-8759.

Any Questions Contact:

Rachel Gines at 435-865-8759 rachelgines@suu.edu

Nichole Wangsgard at 435-817-3939 wangsgard@suu.edu