I MPORTANT NOTE: All students who are declaring a catalog year of 2012-2013 or BEFORE are required to turn in a portfolio. All students who will be in Residency II in the SPRING 2014 must have ALL level 1 standards evaluated with a score of 3 or better in order to receive a permit to register for Spring 2014 courses.
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** New Cohorts being created! Information on course rotation is posted. More information added as soon as it is available. For more information on this subject, contact Dr. Pam Mims firstname.lastname@example.org
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Welcome to our degree programs.
The Special Education Program offers undergraduate and graduate programs that meet teacher licensure requirements in the state of Tennessee. A non-licensure track is also available to individuals who want to work in areas of developmental disabilities and related human services positions that do not require a teaching license. At the undergraduate level the course of study earns a Bachelor of Science in Special Education. Successful completion of the graduate program earns a Master of Education in Special Education. Prospective students may get information about teacher licensure and non-licensure programs by clicking on the buttons to the left.
Deadlines for the Fall 2013 & Spring 2014 year:
Special Education Admission Boards interview dates and Application datesDecember 17, 2013 (APPLICATIONS due December 6, 2013)
March 17, 2014 (APPLICATIONS due February 28, 2014)
May 14, 20014 (APPLICATIONS due May 2, 2014)
For More Information see the following:
Friday, December 6, 2013 12:30- 4:00 (ALL portfolios due by NOON)
Comprehensive Exams Review Sessions AND Exam Dates
Residency I Applications for Fall 2014
March 1, 2014
Residency II and Advanced Practitioner Practicum Applications for Fall 2014
TBA Click here for the Residency Application