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Special Education/Intervention Specialist

The Intervention Specialist programs at both the Mild-Moderate and Moderate-Intensive are Nationally Recognized by the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC).

Degree Programs


SpecialEd10To receive a B.S.Ed. in Special Education and licensure as an Intervention Specialist, students must complete one of the following specialized programs. Click on a program title below to view and save a program information sheet about each specialization area:

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Admissions

Students who seek admission into Special Education courses are subject to additional selective admission criteria beyond the college requirements. Enrollment in special education programs is limited.

The selective admission process includes review of the prospective student's application to Professional Education, academic record and autobiography. Click below to view Special Ed Selective Admissions.

Special Education Selective Admission Processes, Frequently Asked Questions

SAMPLE Application Form for Special Education Selective Admissions

Special Education Selective Admission Rubric

Special Education Selective Admissions Application Form

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Current Student Information

Council for Exceptional Children (CEC)

Special Education Partnerships

Office of Clinical Experiences

The Ohio Department of Education Office of Certification/Licensure

 

Program Coordinator:

Jennifer Ottley
Assisstant Professor
309D McCracken Hall
740.593.0154
ottley@ohio.edu

Program Faculty:

Areej Ahmed
Perianne Bates
Dianne Gut
Karen Oswald
Jennifer Ottley
Marta Roth (emeriti-fall only)
Steve Safran (emeriti-fall only)
Scott Sparks
Bridget Stephens

 

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