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  Dec 16, 2017
 
Academic Catalog 2017-2018

Special Education: Generalist Licensure Program: B.A. Liberal Arts (CUS)


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The Special Education: Generalist Licensure Program graduates earn a B.A. in Liberal Arts. The Liberal Arts Major is required because of its interdisciplinary character and comprehensive coverage of academic knowledge and skills required for special education teacher candidates. The Special Education Generalist Licensure Program is 122 credit hours and offers supervised clinical practice experiences in elementary, middle and high school settings for ages 5-21. Upon program completion, the candidate has met all requirements for an institutional recommendation for an Initial Colorado Teacher License with an Endorsement in the area of Special Education: Generalist.

CCU Graduates of the Special Education: Generalist Licensure Program are eligible to apply for a Colorado Teaching Endorsement in Elementary Education upon successfully passing the Colorado-approved Elementary Education licensure exam.

CCU Graduates of the Special Education: Generalist Licensure Program earn four CCU Areas of Emphasis: Biblical Studies, Reading, English Language Arts and Social Studies.

The Liberal Arts Major with Special Education (K-12 Generalist) requires completion of 122 credit hours:
General Education (30 credit hours)
Liberal Arts Major Core (47 credit hours)
Special Education Generalist Professional Core (45 credit hours)

Liberal Arts Major with Special Education Generalist


General Education Core (30 credit hours)


Communication (9 credit hours)


Arts and Humanities (3 credit hours)


IntegrativeStudies (3 credit hours)


Social Sciences (3 credit hours)


Special Education: Generalist Licensure Emphases


CCU Graduates completing the Special Education: Generalist Licensure Program earn four CCU areas of emphasis:

  • Biblical Studies
  • Reading
  • English Language Arts
  • Social Studies

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