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).
To 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:
- Intervention Specialist: Teaching Students with Mild-to-Moderate Needs
- Intervention Specialist: Teaching Students with Moderate-to-Intensive Needs
- September 2015 Special Education Program Area Newsletter
- November 2015 Newsletter
- February 2016 Newsletter
- June 2016 Newsletter
- November 2016 Newsletter
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.
Current Student Information
S122A Lindley Hall
Leena Jo Landmark
Marta Roth (emeriti-fall only)
Steve Safran (emeriti-fall only)