Licensure Options for Students Pursuing a BSE

Special Education Only-Middle Childhood through Early Adolescence (MC–EC) and/or Early Adolescence through Adolescence (EA–A)

Age 6–approx. 12–13 and/or age 10–21

The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh's Special Education Program prepares students to teach children identified with cognitive, emotional behavior or specific learning disabilities. Students may acquire cross categorical licensure at the elementary and middle school level and/or middle school to high school level.

Completion of this program results in a Bachelor of Science in Education degree and leads to licensure in cross categorical special education (grades 1-8 and/or 6-12).

 

Dual-Middle Childhood–Early Adolescence Regular Education (age 6–approx. 12–13) with Middle Childhood Early Adolescence–Special Education Cross Categorical (age 6–approx. 12–13)

The Dual Education MC-EA Program prepares students to teach in both regular and special education classrooms, at the elementary and middle school levels. 

The regular education component provides students with an overall teaching knowledge at the elementary school (grades 1-6) level and in the core content areas of language arts, mathematics, science and social studies in middle schools (grades 6-8). 

The cross categorical special education component prepares students to serve children with cognitive, emotional, behavioral and learning disabilities in elementary and middle schools.

Completion of this program results in a Bachelor of Science in Education degree and leads to teacher licensure in elementary education (grades 1-8) and cross categorical special education (grades 1-8).

 

Dual-Early Childhood–Middle Childhood Regular Education (birth–age 11) with Early Childhood Special Education (birth–age 8)

The Dual Education MC-EA Program prepares students to teach in both regular and special education classrooms, at the early childhood and elementary school levels.

Completion of this program results in a Bachelor of Science in Education degree and leads to teacher licensure in elementary education (preschool/kindergarten–grade 6) and early childhood special education (birth to age 8).

 

 

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