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Fall 2020


CSPED Program Brochure

Special Education Programs

ITEP Fact Sheet


ITEP (transfer students)

Interested in teaching young children with disabilities?

The Department of Child, Adolescent, and Family Studies offers an Integrated Teacher Education Program (ITEP) with a Special Education teaching credential preparation in 4 years.  Students in the 4-year ITEP are expected to complete their Baccalaureate degree as well as obtain a Mild/Moderate (M/M) or Moderate/Severe (M/S) preliminary credential.  Candidates will begin their study of the classroom in their first year, and continue to develop their expertise as a teacher through multiple field experiences while completing a BA degree.  Candidates will complete a final student teaching requirement during their last semester of their 4-year program.*  Candidates also have the option to be in the 4 year 1 semester program to complete a mild/Moderate or Moderate/Severe credential and an ECSE added authorization.  *Students need to meet the Subject matter competency requirement before enrolling in a final student teaching course. 



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