Rhode Island College

2020-2021 Catalog


Special Education B.S.—with Concentration in Elementary Special Education and Severe Intellectual Disabilities

OPEN ONLY TO STUDENTS MAJORING IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION.

Course Requirements

Courses

CourseTitleCreditsOffered
ELED 202Teaching All Learners: Foundations and Strategies

4

Fall.
-Or-

SPED 202Teaching All Learners: Foundations and Strategies

4

Spring.
 

SPED 210Supporting Social, Emotional and Behavioral Learning

4

Fall, Spring.
SPED 211Supporting Students with Communication Needs

3

Fall, Spring.
SPED 312Assessment Procedures for Students with Special Needs

4

Fall, Spring.
SPED 412WIntensive Intervention in Literacy

4

Fall, Spring.
SPED 435WAssessment/Instruction: Young Students with SID

4

Spring.
SPED 436WAssessment/Instruction: Older Students with SID

4

Fall.
SPED 451Teaching Culturally/Linguistically Diverse Students with Exceptionality

3

Fall, Spring.
SPED 453Content-Based ESL Instruction for Exceptional Students

4

Fall, Spring.
SPED 458STEM for Diverse Learners: Intensive Intervention

4

Fall, Spring.
SPED 470Collaboration: Home, School, and Community

3

Fall, Spring.
SPED 471Student Teaching in Elementary Special Education

8-9

Fall, Spring.
SPED 472Student Teaching Seminar: SID

2

Fall, Spring.
SPED 473Student Teaching in SID

8-10

Fall, Spring.

Students cannot receive credit for both SPED 202 and ELED 202.

Note: SPED 471 and SPED 473: For students seeking dual certification in Elementary Special Education and SID, this will be an 8 credit course, otherwise these are 9 or 10 credit courses.

Total Credit Hours: 59