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Special Education: Mild Intervention (P-12) Dual Licensure for Education Majors

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Graduates employed last 7 yrs.

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Average major class size

1,000

Clinical hours during program

 

Meeting a critical need for special education teachers

The need for special education teachers is expected to grow up to 12 percent before 2022. Trine University will prepare you to help meet this need with Special Education: Mild Intervention (P-12) Dual Licensure.

Dual licensure: The best of both worlds

Special Education: Mild Intervention (P-12) Dual Licensure is a uniquely blended program available to all education majors as part of their four-year program. Along with the focus of any stand-alone education major, students in the dual licensure program take classes from qualified, experienced professors from both fields.

The Special Education: Mild Intervention (P-12) Dual Licensure program requires an addition 12 hours of coursework spread over five courses. For more information about adding this dual licensure to your education degree program, contact your academic advisor.

Dual licensure pathways

Dual licensure can be added to the following degrees as part of the four-year program:

CAEP

Franks School of Education News

In the newest episode of Trine University’s Faculty Focus podcast, Alison Todd, assistant professor in the university’s Franks School of Education, former elementary and middle school teacher, and mother of two elementary-age children, talks about the impact of COVID-19 and continued uncertainty due to the pandemic on students, parents and teachers.

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Additional Information

This gives the dual licensure program a viable pathway to many professional opportunities and rewarding careers.

Explore the Possibilities:

  • Teacher
  • Grade–level or content department chair
  • Building principal
  • Assistant superintendent
  • Superintendent
  • Curriculum director
  • Child care worker
  • Coach
  • Publications adviser (yearbooks, newspaper, etc.)
  • Athletic director
  • Community agency director
  • Counselor
  • Graduate student
Information about tuition can be found at Cost and Investment.