Special Education: General Curriculum

Certification ONLY Program

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Program Description:

The program uses a cross-categorical model which reflects the needs of teachers serving diverse learning needs in P-12 educational settings. The program prepares teachers to meet the educational needs of students within a single inclusive education classroom and/or inclusive general education classroom setting. Course work emphasizes the similarities and highlights the differences among students with diverse learning needs and includes a life-span perspective addressing issues from preschool through transition to post-secondary or employment. The course sequence includes courses that link theory and field experience and culminates with a supervised internship. The certification program prepares professional teacher leaders with advanced knowledge of characteristics, procedures, methods and techniques of assessment for students with mild disabilities.


Program of Study:

  • INED 7705: Legal and Educational Foundations for Diverse Learners
  • INED 7715: Characteristics of Diverse Learners
  • INED 7720: Positive Behavior Management Strategies
  • INED 7730: Assessment of Diverse Learners
  • INED 7760: Curriculum Development for Diverse Learners
  • EDRD 7718: Content Area Reading and Writing
  • INED 7770: Psychoneurological and Medical Issues in Inclusive Education
  • INED 7780: Collaborative Practices
  • INED 7970: Special Education Practicum III

For more information:

Melinda Ross
Program Director
(770) 423-6043

GradEd@kennesaw.edu