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Admission to this selective progTam requires satisfactory completion of an
interview in addition to the college requirements for Step 1 in the 3-Stcp
Process for Teacher Education. Students interested in this program should
enroll in the university as Elementary Education majors Interviews and
candidate screening will be held in the fall and spring Interview dates and
relevant information are available at www.iup.edu/pse/programs. A 3.0
( (PA is required to apply for teacher certification, to take major courses in
the department, and to student teach Students must meet the requirements
leading to teacher certification as outlined in this catalog.

Graduate Programs

Programs leading to the M.Ed, and D.Ed, degrees are described in the
Graduate School Catalog. Internships and assistantships arc available.

Bachelor of Science in Education-Elementary Education (*)

Liberal Studies: As outlined in Liberal Studies section 53

with the following specifications:

Fine Arts: THTR 101

Mathematics: MATH 151

Natural Science: SCI 101. 102, 103, and 104 di

Social Science: GEOG 101. 102. or 104. PSYC 101

Liberal Studies Electives: 6cr, MATH 152 (2). no

courses with ELED prefix, not to include CDFR 218



College:

Preprofessional Education Sequence:

COMM 103 Digital Instructional Technology
EDSP 102 Educational Psychology

Professional Education Sequence:
EDSP 477 Assessment of Student Learning: Design

and Interpretation of Educational Measures
EDUC 242 Pre-Student Teaching Clinical Experience I
EDUC 342 Pre-Student Teaching Clinical Experience II
EDUC 441 Student Teaching
EDUC 442 School Law

Major:

Required Courses:

EDEX 300 Education of Students with Disabilities in

Inclusive Elementary Classrooms
I 1)1 t 499 Multicultural Multiethnic Education
ELED 21 1 Music for the Elementary Grades
ELED 213 Art for the Elemental) Grades
ELED 215 Child Development
ELED 221 Children's Literature
ELED 222 Reading for the Elemental) School
ELED 257 Pedago

ELED 312 Teaching of Elemental) Science
ELED 313 Teaching Mathematics in the Elementary

School
I LED 314 Teaching of Health and Physical Education
I 1 ED J57 Pedagoi
ELED 411 [eachingol Social Studies
ELED 425 Language Arts Across the Curriculum



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Other Requirements:

Special electives from a defined discipline (3)

Free Electives:

total Degree Requirements:



120



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(2)
(3)



See requirements leading to teacher certification, titled ">-Stcp
Process for Teacher Education," in the ( ollege of I ducation and

Educational Technology section of this catalog.
This sequence of lOer fulfills the Liberal Studies natural science
requirement

I or students who test out ol MAI II 1 s2. consult your advisor for
suggested math courses

More than twenty options are available for groupings in specific dep-
artments or cross-departmental areas This requirement is also ful-
filled by completion of an approved specialty such as math or reading.

* Mathematics MAIM 517, 420, 456. 457.' 45X. 4>9. 471, 483
(math concentration requires l5crto include M VIII 151. I52i

* Reading: ECED 220 or 451. EDI < 408, I LED 422. (reading
concentration requires I5cr to include IT. ID 221. 222. 425 )

Students may select a set of special electives from the list of Liberal
Studies electives or non-Western courses that have not been used pre-
viously in their program. With permission of the chairperson ol Pro-
fessional Studies in Education and a specific department, a student
may be allowed to create an area of specialty other than those listed
See department office lor full listing: check prerequisites carefully.
Submit plan to advisor for approval



Bachelor of Science in Education-Elementary Education/
Urban Track (*)



3cr


COMM 103


3cr


EDSP 102




Professiona




1 DSP 477


3cr




Icr


EDUC 242


ler


EDUC 142


12cr


1 Dl (441


ler


EDUC 442


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Major:




Required C




EDEX $00


2cr




2cr


EDUC 499


2cr


ELED 211


2cr


ELED 213


3cr


ELED 215


3cr


1 1 1 1) 221


3cr


1 1 1 1) 222


3cr


ELED 257


2cr


1 1 ED 312




MM) J 1 3


3cr




2cr


11 1 1) 314


let


1 1 ID J57


Jci


ELED411


Jci


1 1 1 1)425



Liberal Studies: As outlined in liberal Studies section
with the following specifications:
Fine Arts: THTR 101
Mathematics: MATH 151

Natural Science: SCI 101. 102. 103. and 104 I 1 i
Social Science: GEOG 101. 102. or 104. PSYC 101
Liberal Studies Electives: 6cr. MATH 152 (2). no
courses with ELED prefix, not to include t 1)1 R 218

College:

Preprofessional Education Sequence:

Digital Instructional Technology
Educational Psychology
Education Sequence:
Assessment of Student Learning: Design

and Interpretation of Educational Measures
Pre-Student reaching C linical I xperience I

Pre-Student leaching Clinical 1 xperience II
Student leaching
School Law

C tun sis:

I ducation of students « itfa 1 Usabilities in
Inclusive Elementary Classrooms

Multicultural Multiethnic I ducation

Music for the Elemental) Grades
\n lor the I lementai) Grades
Child Development

Children's I iterature

Reading lor the Elemental) School

Pedagog) I

leaching ol Elemental) Science

leaching Mathematics in the I lementai)

School

leaching of Health and Physical I ducation

Pedagog) II

leaching of Social studies

I alienage Arts Across the t urnculum



53



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( iiiitiiiiiiii Requli emcnti

Mil i> 140 Orieniaiion to reaching in i rban ( cnti

I Din ill Field Experiences in 1 rban Centers

Free i lectlves: i4i

ratal Degree Requirements:

(*i See requirements leading to leachei certification, titled ' ! step
Process foi reachei I ducaiion," in the t ollege ol I ducation and
Educational lechnolog) section of this cats

ill I Ins sequence ol IOci fulfills the Liberal Studies Natural Science
requirement

For students who test out of MATH 152 consult yi n foi

suggested math courses

(3) l >m i (prion V student teaching musl lake place in .i designated urban
school l oi ' 'pi i. >n it, student leaching musl take place in an urban
Professional Development School partnei site

i 1 1 Students enrolled in this track ma) also panic ipate in a Reading oi
Math concentration according to departmental guidelines Courses
related to those concentrations would require the student to invest
.idilition.il credits, resulting in .i program ol more than 120a
i ourses foi reading concentration and math concentration are
delivered only al II I' main campus, not at the professional
development school partner site



Bachelor of Science in Education-Early Childhood Education/
PreK-Grade 6 (*)





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total II, ■•



Liberal Studies: ^s outlined in liberal Studies section

with the following specifications

Mathematics: \l \l II 151

Natural Science: SCI 101, 102, 103, and 104

Social Science: til (Hi 101, 102, or 104. PSYC 101

liberal Studies Eiectives: 6cr, musl include \l\lll 152.
DO courses with ECED prefix, not to include CDFR 2ls

College:

Preprofessional Education Sequence:

COMM 103 Digital Instructional Technology 3ci

I DSP 102 I Jue.ition.il Psychology 3cr

Professional Education Sequence:

I I 'Si' 477 Assessment of Student Learning: Design

and Interpretation of Educational Measures 3cr

EDI C 242 Pre-Student Teaching Clinical Experience! lcr

EDl'C 342 Pre-Student Teaching Clinical Experience II lcr

EDU< 441 Student reaching I2ci

EDUC442 School law lcr

Major:

Required (ourses: ( I I

CD1 R 42d Fechniques of Parent I ducation 3cr

I CI I) ISO Orientation to the KID PreK Grade 6

Program lcr

I I 1 I) 200 Introduction to Early Childhood Education 3cr
ECED 220 Children's Literature to I nuance Emergent

and Beginning Reading 3ci

1(11) 280 Maximizing Learning 3cr
1 1 I 1) .MO Science and Health in the I iteracy-based

Earlj Childhood Curriculum 3ci
1 1 1 I) 314 Creative Experiences to Enhance Literacy

Acquisition 3cr

1 1 I li 451 Teaching Primar) Reading 3cr

I l I I) 4SH Professional Seminar: Teacher as Researcher

and Advocate lcr

1 HI X 300 1 ducation of Students with Disabilities in

Inclusive Elementary Classrooms 2cr

1 Dl \ 415 Preschool I ducation lor Children with

Disabilities Jcr

EDI C408 Reading in the Content Areas 3cr

ELED 215 Child Development 3cr



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reaching Mathematics in the I lemeni

School

the! urriculum



120



i - i see requirements leading lo teachci certification, titled "3 step
Process foi reachei I ducation," in the < ollege "t I ducation and
I dui ational ret I log . lection ol thi

ill A 3.0 cumulative GPA is required 10

Dual Certification

Deal I ducation Ol I duration ol I KCeptional Persons majon nu) complete

academic requirements foi certification in 1 lementai) I ducation b)
completing the following requirements < omplction ol requirements foi a
second certification will take approximatel) two extra semesters In
certain circumstances, such as lor transfer students, lor students who must

repeat courses. Ol when students take courses OUl ol sequence, earning this

second certification may take Ion

Dual Certification-Elementary Education for Majors in Deaf
Education



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li ii i M2 Prc-Siudciit reaching Clinical I xperience

II ill I in

1 Dl C 421 Student leaching

I II 1) 221 Children's Literature
ELED 257 Pedagogy!

I I 1 II 312 leaching of Elementary Science

I I I II 3>13 leaching Mathematics in the Elementary

School
ELED 357 Pedagogy II
IMD4I1 Teaching of Social Studies
I I I D 425 Language Arts Across the Curriculum
Recommended Elective:
I I ID J51 Creative Activities in the Elementary School

( I ) Students are required to do 6cr of student teaching in the regular
elementary classroom in addition to the I2er required in the 11)111

major, or a total of I8ct ol student teaching inclusive for both
certifications
( 2 I MAI! I 1 52 is a prerequisite for ELED 3 1 3 and should be taken as a
I iberal Studies elective



Dual Certification-Elementary Education for Majors in
Education of Exceptional Persons



Jcr (2i

Jcr

3cr

3cr

3cr



M'U 342 Pre-Student Teaching Clinical

I xperieuce II il 11 Di
EDUC42I Student leaching
I I ID 221 Children's Literature
ELED 257 Pedagogy]
l I I I) M2 leaching of Elementary Science
ELED 313 Teaching Mathematics in the Elementary

School

1 I I n J57 Pedagogy II

1 I ID 41 1 reaching of Social Studies

ELED 425 Language Aits Across the Curriculum

Recommended Elective:

l I 1 D 351 Creative Activities 111 the Elementary School



lcr
OCT ( 1 I

3cr
3 CI

2cr

3cr(2)

3c r
3er
3cr



l 1 l Students arc required to do 6ci of student teaching in the regular ele-
mental^ classroom in addition to the I2cr required in the I-.DEX
major, or a total of I8cr ol student teaching inclusive for both

certifications

i 2 I MAI II I ^2 is a prerequisite for ELED 313 and should be taken as a
Liberal Studies elective



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Spanish for Elementary Education



Elementary Education majors may earn a minor in Spanish for Elemental)
Teaching which will prepare them to teach in elementary programs in
which content teaching in the Spanish language is the objective. To com-
plete this minor students must: I) attain a minimum level of Intermediate
High in Spanish on the ACTFL/ETS oral proficiency scale the semester
prior to Student Teaching:* 2) successfully complete a six-week summer
study abroad experience with [UP's Mexico Summer Study Abroad Pro-
gram** (usually the summer following the junior year): 3) successfully
complete the student teaching experience in a bilingual or partial immer-
sion elementary school classroom; and 4) complete the minimum number
of credits required by the Spanish Department for a minor.

*The placement proficiency level maj vaiy, depending on student
teacher placement; see advisor.
**Other program options may be available for Elementary Education
students pending consultation with advisor.

Please see the Department of Spanish section in this catalog for further
information.

Department of Special Education
and Clinical Services

Website: www.iup.edu special-ed

Joseph W. Domaracki, Chairperson; Baker. Brady. Ferrell. Glor-Sheib.

Klein. Knickelbein. Lombard. Migyanka. Nowcll. Price, Richburg.

Robertson. D. Stein. K. Stein, Yost; and professors emeriti M. Bahn. W.

Balm. Fiddler. Morris. C. Reber. Shane, Turton

This department offers the Bachelor of Science in Education degree with
majors in Education of Exceptional Persons. Deaf Education, and
Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology. A Bachelor of Science
degree with a major in Disability Services is also offered. Each major
follows a prescribed sequence of courses.

The following grade policy applies to three undergraduate programs of
study in the department: Education of Exceptional Persons, Deaf
Education, and Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology. Individual
students may appeal any aspect of the policy by making a formal written
request to the Departmental Appeals Committee.

1 . No more than one "D" in major courses will be accepted toward
graduation and certification.

2. No "D" is permitted as the final recorded grade in any of the follow-
ing courses: EDEX 425, EDEX 435, EDEX 493, EDHL 308. EDUC
421. EDUC 441.andSPLP 122.

The following enrollment policy applies to three undergraduate programs
in the department: Education of Exceptional Persons, Deaf Education, and
Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology. To enroll in a 300- or 400-
level course in those programs, a student must have a minimum 3.0
cumulative GPA. must meet the other provisions of the 3-Step Process for
Teacher Education, and must either be a departmental major or have
permission of the department chair.

A. Education of Exceptional Persons

Completion of the sequence of study in this major leads to Pennsylvania
Department of Education special education certification (Mentally and or
Physically Handicapped Certificate) Students will be prepared to teach
persons with mental retardation, autism, developmental disabilities,
learning disabilities, brain injuries, emotional behavioral disorders, physical
disabilities, and multiple disabilities. Academic courseu ork and field
experiences are integrated within the course of study. The program also
provides a foundation for pursuing additional study at the graduate level.



Bachelor of Science in Education-Education of Exceptional
Persons (*)



Liberal Studies: As outlined in Liberal Studies section

with the following specifications:

Mathematics: MATH 151 and 152 (1)

Social Science: I'SVC 101

Natural Science: laboratory science sequence required

(S( i 105-106 recommended)

Liberal Studies Electives: Ocr

College:

Preprofessional Education Sequence:

i (AIM 103 Digital Instructional Technology or

I 1)1 \ 103 Special Education Technology
EDSP 102 Educational Psychology
Professional Education Sequence:
EDSP 477 Assessment of Student Learning: Design

and Interpretation of Educational Measures
EDUC 242 Pre-Student Teaching Clinical Experience I
EDUC 342 Pre-Student Teaching Clinical Experience II
EDUC 421 Student Teaching (Mild/Moderatel
EDUC 44 1 Student Teaching ( Se\ ere Profound)
EDUC 442 School Law

Major:

Required Courses:

EDEX 1 1 1 Introduction to Exceptional Persons

EDEX 1 12 Typical and Atypical Growth and Development

EDEX 221 Methods of Teaching Mathematics to Persons

with Disabilities
EDEX 222 Methods of Teaching Reading to Persons

with Disabilities
EDEX 231 Methods of Teaching Content Area Subjects

to Persons with Disabilities
EDEX 32 1 Methods of Teaching Language Arts to

Persons with Disabilities
EDEX 340 Introduction to Behavior Management in

Special Education
EDEX 416 Education of Persons with Emotional or

Behavioral Disorders
EDEX 417 Education of Persons with Mental

Retardation or Developmental Disabilities
EDEX 418 Education of Persons with Physical or

Multiple Disabilities
EDEX 419 Education of Persons with Brain Injuries or

I i nning Disabilities
EDEX 425 Methods and Curriculum (Mild-Moderate

Disabilities)
EDEX 435 Methods and Curriculum I Severe-Profound

Disabilities)
EDEX 440 Ethical and Professional Behavior
SPLP 254 Classroom Management of Language Disorders

Free Electives:

Total Degree Requirements:

I*)



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120



See requirements leading to teacher certification, titled "3-Step
Process lor ieachcr Education," in the College ol Education and
Educational Technology section of this catalog.

1 1 i An approved I iberal Studies Mathematics course may substitute for
MATH 152



Minor-Education of Exceptional Persons



Completion of the minor in 1 ducatiori of I xceptional Persons will prepare
students to have a better understanding of the social, emotional, and
learning characteristics of indiv iduals « ith mental retardation, autism.
dcvelopincni.il disabilities, learning disabilities, brain injuries, emotional and
behavioral disorders, physical disabilities, and multiple disabilities In



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addition, students taking tins minoi will develop .1 thorough understanding
ofPI 103 17 Individuals with Disabilities Education Vct(IDI K), which
addresses the rights ol indiv iduals and parents regarding in< lusion in the
regulai classroom, deliver) i>i services in inclusive settings, and transition
planning

lla- minoi is an in credit program with ) required and IS elective credits
rhe required >. t«.iln^ are met through enrollment in I Dl \ III I Ins course
will provide essential information regarding IDI V (PI 10! 1 las well as
an overview ol the field ol Special I ducation ilms allowing the minor
candidate in select .1 more focused area ol concentration

I his minoi would be >>i interest to Sot iolog) Psyc bolog) t hild and I ami!)
Studies, t riminology, and Secondar) I ducauon majors who are interested in
interacting 01 «i>rkin^ with individuals with disabilities I Ins minoi can also
provide .1 foundation ol stud) foi the pursuit ol teachei certification in
Special I ducation at the postbaccalaureate 01 graduate levels I" be at
cepted into the minor, .1 student must 1ki\ c .1 minimum - 5 cumulative
OPA



Minor — Education of Exceptional Persons

Required ( ourse:

I 1>1 \ ill Introduction to I xceptional Persons

( ontrolled Electives: I ive courses mam the following

I Dl \ 112 fypical and Atypical Growth and Development

I Dl \ 140 Behavior Management in Special I ducation

EDEX4I5 Preschool Education foi Children with

Disabilities
I Ml \ 4>s rransition for Youth with Disabilities
I Dl \ 4i.ii Famil) Perspectives on Disability
I Dl \ 469 I ducation of Persons with Emotional

Behavioral Disorders, I earning Disabilities,

01 Brain Injur)
I Dl \ 4"s 1 ducation ol Persons with Menial

Retard. Hum Developmental Disabilities and

Physical Multiple Disabilities



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Dual Certification



Students majoring in Elemental) Education ma) complete academic
requirements for certification in Education of Exceptional Persons by
completing the following requirements Students are advised thai comple-
tion of requirements for a second certification will lake approximate!) two
extra semesters.

Dual Certification-Education of Exceptional Persons for
Majors in Elementary Education



I Dl \ III Introduction to Exceptional Persons or
I Dl \ 100 Education ol Students with Disabilities in
Inclusive Elemental) Classrooms

I Dl \ 4ld Education of Persons with Emotional or
Behavioral Disorders

I Dl \ 41" Education ot Persons with Mental Retardation

or Developmental Disabilities
EDEX 418 Education of Persons with Physical or

Multiple Disabilities
EDEX 4 1 1 ) Education of Persons with Brain Injuries 01

Learning Disabilities
1 Dl \ 425 Methods and Curriculum (Mild-Moderate

Disabilities)
EDEX 435 Methods and Curriculum (Severe-Profound

Disabilities)
EDEX 440 Ethical and Professional Behavior
EDUC 34; Pie-Student Teaching Clinical Experience

II il Dl \i
EDUC 421 Student Teaching (EDI X)



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Ret ..nun, mi, ,1 Electlvei

I I H \ 140 Introduction to Behavioi Management in

Spc< 11I 1 ducation
SPI P 1 I isni.,.,111 Management ..1 I

1I1 I In- i>i 1 ol studeni in 1 1 >\ X

profound disabilities arc in addition to the 12a normall) required foi
I lementar) I ducation 01 I arl) 1 hildhood 1 ducation Pi I

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B. Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology



1 ompletion .>i the sequent e of c ourses in Speec h 1
Audiolog) serves as .1 preprofessional program foi students plannin
become practicing speech-language pathologists 01 audiologists Students
entering the undergraduate program ihould be aware ol the Following
I II P is accredited bs the Educational Standards Board ol the American
Speech-I anguage-Hearing Association ami qualifies a person lor the
( ertificate ol < linical t ompetence from the American Speech-
Language-Hearing Association aiul Pennsylvania State I icensure

2. National certification, state licensure, and Pennsylvania Department
oi Education Certification in Speech-I anguage Impaired are available

Onl) to holders of the master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology

3. Students will need to project a minimum cumulative < IPA of 5 to
qualif) foi admission to most graduate schools.

4. Upon completion of a master's degree at II P. students will be
prepared to provide sen ices in work settings such as hospitals,
community clinics, public health programs, and rehabilitation settings

5 Students who elect to prepare for certification in Speech-Language
Impaired from the Pennsylvania Department of Education must suc-
cessfull) complete the ( ollege ol I ducauon and Educational Tech-
nology requirements listed below prior to enrollment in the Master of
Science degree in the Speech-Language Pathology program at II P

The Universit) Speech and Hearing Clinic serves as the laboratory for the
undergraduate cluneal practician Prior to registration for the clinical

practicum course I SPI P 420), students must cam a minimum cumulative

) 11 GPA and complete the following hours ol observation through
enrollment in EDI ( 242 and 142:

A. 25 hours oi observation in speech-language pathology supervised by
an II P laculty member who holds a Certificate of Clinical

C ompetence in Speech-Language Pathology.

B, 2u hours oi classroom observation:

1 Five hours in regular education classrooms. k-i

2 Five hours 111 special education classrooms

3. Five hours in regular education classrooms with integrated special
students.

4. Five hours in community facilities such as preschooK. sheltered

workshops, etc. Services in this category should he ol a

noneducational, nonspeech pathology type.

Bachelor of Science in Education-Speech-Language
Pathology and Audiology (*)

Libera] Studies: \s outlined in Liberal Studies section 51

wnh the following specifications:

Mathematics: 6cr, M Mil 21" and any course from the

appro\ed list

Natural Science: laboratory science sequence required

(BIOl 103-104 recommended)

Social Science: PSY< 101

I iberal Studies Elective*: 6cr, PSYC 110, no courses with SPLP prefix



Pre- Icaclur C ertification Track only:

Preprofessional Education Sequence:

( i 'MM 103 Digital instructional Technoli 3cr

EDSP 102 Educational Psychology 3cr

Professional Education Sequence:

I 1)1 t 442 School Law Icr

SPLP 412 < irgam/alion and Administration of Speech

and Hearing Program 3d



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Major:

Required Courses:

EDEX 111 Introduction to Exceptional Persons
EDEX 222 Methods of Teaching Reading to Persons

with Disabilities
EDUC 242 Pre-Student Teaching Clinical I \pericncc I
EDUC 342 Pre-Student Teaching Clinical Experience II
SPLP 111 Introduction to Communication Disorders

SPLP 122 Clinical Phonology

SPLP 222 Introduction to Audiology

SPLP 242 Speech Science I



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